David Fienup is a production and post-production sound engineer for film, tv, and web applications, and has a background in music composition and production. David earned a Master of Arts from The University of Michigan (2009), ending with a thesis entitled: Motion Picture Sound Design: Sonic Motifs, Soundscapes and Synchresis. He focused his time at UofM on sound recording, electronic and electroacoustic music composition, audio for film, and GROCS - an interdisciplinary collaborative grant program. David has a BA from Albion College (2003) in music performance (classical guitar), where he focused his studies on music composition, improvisation, performance, and sound recording.
Soundopolis Studio, designed by owner David Fienup, is a 950 square foot facility, which includes a large sound design and mixing room, a 168 square foot Voice Over and Foley room, a lounge, and a restroom. The relaxing atmosphere is great for long days recording voice over, or reviewing mixes.
Located in Ann Arbor, MI, the studio is just a short drive from Detroit, Lansing, and Toledo.
Sound Design and 5.1 Mixing Space
Voice Over, ADR and Foley room
Lounge & Bathroom
Fienup built his own acoustic treatments for the studio, including 16 acoustic panels and two skyline diffusers.