The Kitchen has added Argentina to its list of dubbing projects. The announcement follows the growth of the dubbing market in the region. “We are excited about our accelerated growth globally,” said Ken Lorber, President/CEO of The Kitchen worldwide. Last week we added The Kitchen Israel to our team of superior dubbing studios around the world and today we welcome The Kitchen Argentina.”
The addition of dubbing in Buenos Aires benefits The Kitchen with an additional solution for producing good-quality dubbing services at low costs. The company has nearly 20 years of dubbing experience, including Neutral Spanish. “Initially, we dubbed in Miami, as our community locally boasts a large group of non-accented, Latin American professional actors,” Lorber explained. “We later added The Kitchen Mexico for in-territory Latin Spanish dubbing, allowing us to nearly double our capacity for the work requests.”
The company noted significant growth in the demand for Latin Spanish for content worldwide. As a result, the addition of the former Main Post operation, in Argentina was a logical move to extend The Kitchen “family”. Main Post was established in 1998, by Ignacio Mainini, to provide dubbing and subtitling services to many of the industry’s leading networks, producers, and distributors. Mainini will serve as Managing Director of the latest Kitchen studio, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the country’s capital.
Other dubbing studies are based in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Turkey, Egypt, Moldova, Russia, Israel, Mexico, Brazil and the US. In addition to an unlimited, creative voice dubbing team, The Kitchen Argentina offers 4 mixing suites; stereo and 5.1 mixing; music composition, M&E creation/ re-creation, and Foley. “I’ve worked with The Kitchen for several years and couldn’t be more pleased to now call our Buenos Aires studio," The Kitchen Argentina, Mainini said. “The Kitchen team has the most professional, caring, and experienced upper management leading the group.”
During the Pandemic, much recording has been done with voice actors at their approved home studios. A new physical location of the facility, however, will be announced shortly, poised to accommodate the expected post-Pandemic growth in the Argentinian dubbing industry. “The Kitchen Argentina looks forward to contributing to the global need for increased capacity for Neutral Spanish language services, and to growing within The Kitchen group worldwide,” he said.
We are excited about our accelerated growth globally. Last week we added The Kitchen Israel to our team of superior dubbing studios around the world and today we welcome The Kitchen Argentina.” Ken Lorber President/CEO, The Kitchen