Cisco Studios began in the early 1990's as a Recording Studio for Musicians and Singer-Songwriters. It's owned and operated by Tony Profera, an Audio/Video Technician with over 25 years of experience. Back then it was called Pro-Track Recording and the studio had embraced the new digital recording technology. It was not long before clients were requesting the transfer of older analog audio projects to the newer digital formats for preservation. This became a large part of the work the studio would do on a regular basis. Before long video editing and transfers were added to the services the studio offered.
In 2002 they changed the name to Cisco Studios and now specialize in the transfer and transcoding of obsolete or limited use professional tape based video formats to digital formats required by editors, broadcasters and other video professionals, museums, and archives across the United States.
The studio staff is proud to do this work because they know this is how our story will be told to future generations... and they believe it should be told using the best possible quality... That's the Cisco difference!
In our video studio we have 2 work stations which are an exact mirror of each other. A third station, we refer to as our "auxiliary station" is utilized for Transcoding and other special client requirements.
Jay Sorci - Studio Assistant,
Standing with our latest acquisition...
A Mint Sony BVH-2000!
Jay loves older technology... especially when it's on wheels!