• Project at a Glance

  • ENC designed and constructed six private interview suites to be used by world-wide media outlets throughout three days of press interviews with the cast of Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad.
  • ENC created these 20’ wide, 30’ long and 20’ high studio suites to ensure high quality interview audio files could be obtained while 6-9 crews worked within a large studio space.
  • This event utilized our STC-25 black studio acoustical noise blankets.

The Suicide Squad press junket was to be held in the loading dock of New York City’s historical Moynihan Station. The space, though beautiful, is full of reflective, flat surfaces which would make successful, simultaneous audiovisual interviews near to impossible. It was of the utmost importance that worldwide media outlets were able to obtain high quality interviews with the stars so Environmental Noise Control was called in to consult and design sound mitigation for the event.

Environmental Noise Control designed and constructed six private interview suites situated around the loading dock to create spaces in which individual media outlets could interview the cast of Suicide Squad privately and without auditory interruption. This was critical so that the segments could be played on radio, television and online sources.

Environmental Noise Control installed six 20’ wide, 30’ long and 20’ high “suites,” utilizing proprietary STC-25 black studio acoustical noise blankets.

The Suicide Squad press junket and premiere party were very successful and allowed all media outlets to record valuable audio and interviews that played worldwide.

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The press junket was held in an open, sound-reflecting space that was not conducive to holding simultaneous individual interviews.

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Framing one of the private interview suites.

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Hanging the proprietary sound-dampening blankets.

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