Bobby Sorrentino, former Penny Lane owner and senior mixer, will be joining audio post house audioEngine|NYC. Penny Lane is shutting its doors for good in mid-August.
“I’ve known Bobby for more years than either of us would care to admit and I’m thrilled that he chose audioEngine as his new home,” says Bob Giammarco, CEO of aE|Media, audioEngine|NYC’s parent company.
Sorrentino joins an audioEngine|NYC that includes Tom Goldblatt, Eric Hoffman, Carl Mandelbaum and Rex Recker.
“Having known Bob, Tom and the other mixers at audioEngine for many years, I find it more than exciting to join my old friends at audioEngine. It’s going to be a lot of fun, these guys have mad skills and it’s an honor to join them,” says Sorrentino.
Sorrentino will occupy the John Storyk-designed Studio F at 817 Broadway as his primary studio. “All of our mixers can work any room, but we need to house one of Penny Lane’s Fairlight systems in order to support legacy clients and studio F was the best fit for that,” says Giammarco.