Definition of soundstage
: the part of a motion-picture studio in which a production is filmed
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It’s storefront was shot for exteriors, and the store interior was a model for set built inside StageWorks of Louisiana, a soundstage/studio in downtown Shreveport.
Ethan Carter III has spent a good portion of his professional life on a soundstage at Universal Studios, but don’t expect to find him on Rip Ride Rockit or Ride Through New York with Jimmy Fallon anytime soon.
As McTavish chatted, Cooper and Negga were inside on a Second Line soundstage, filming a scene for a mid-season episode.
Martin, Maher's head writer, stood on the L.A. soundstage where Real Time is broadcast live on Friday nights, the same one used by The Price Is Right.
Several shows Kerry has worked have been shot at Sun Valley, Calif. facility Tamarack Stages, a converted warehouse home to multiple large soundstages.
The Paramount TV production crew behind the show spent six months in the Bay Area last year — from June through November — using soundstage facilities on Mare Island as its main base.
It has been remixed and once again remastered to give the album a broader soundstage and crisper detail, giving more separation to individual voices and instruments.
Still Star-Crossed filmed in small medieval villages in Spain, and Mitchell says not a single soundstage was used in the entire production.
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