Rockwell began his audio recording career during his college days,
editing programs and creating ads at Dartmouth College's WDCR
radio. He arrived in New York to get a Masters degree in City
Planning, but found that in the mid-1970s (when many cities were going
broke), there were more job opportunities in the audio field.
|In 1979, John was hired by
the legendary Cinema Sound, Ltd. studios on the Upper West Side.
the time, Cinema Sound was mostly producing and syndicating radio
programs, including the Sunday overnight "Night Talk" show on WOR radio
and information, news and music specials nationwide.
During the nearly 30
years John worked there, Cinema Sound moved into spoken-word programs
for publishers and educational companies. John also created
voiceover demos for over 1,000 voice students and professional actors.
John at Cinema Sound, Ltd. studios,
Sound's W. 75th St. Studios
2008, John opened his Midtown studio after Cinema Sound owner Joan
Franklin passed away, and the beautiful West Side townhouse, where the
studio was located was sold.
Cinema Sound is no more, but Rockwell Audio Media continues the
tradition of providing intelligent, personalized audio production for
most every budget.
2011 Rockwell Audio Media