On one of the floors of the building Studio 24 Mix is located – a complete sound mixing studio in a cinema environment for internal and external productions. We mix feature films, short films, documentaries and commercials.

Price list:
Hiring of mixing studio including sound engineer:
SEK 10.000:–/day
Hiring of mixing studio excluding sound engineer:
SEK 6.000:–/day

For longer rental times reduced daily fees or package deals may occur. For further information, requests for quotes or bookings of Studio 24 Mix, please contact us on telephone +46–(0)8–662 57 00.
Some of recent years’ external productions:

Förvaret (Anna Persson, Shaon Chakraborty 2015)
Transphobia (Nur Tutal, Iván Blanco 2015)
Chapter 11 (Ania Winiarska 2015)
Att skiljas (Karin Ekberg 2014)
Melankoliska fragment (Patrik Eriksson 2014)
The Reunion
(Anna Odell, 2013)
Belleville Baby (Mia Engberg, 2013)
(Stefan Jarl, 2013)
Mig äger ingen (Kjell-Åke Andersson, 2013)
After You (Marius Dybwad Brandrud, 2013)
At Night I Fly
(Michel Wenzer, 2011)
Play (Ruben Östlund, 2011)
Las Palmas (Johannes Nyholm, 2011)
Tusen gånger starkare (Peter Schildt, 2010)
Men Who Swim (Dylan Williams, 2010)
Händelse vid bank (Ruben Östlund, 2010)
Skeletons (Nick Whitfield, 2010)
Höstmannen (Jonas Selberg Augustsén, 2010)
The Extraordinary Ordinary Life of José González (Mikel Cee Karlsson & Fredrik Egerstrand, 2010)
Underkastelsen (Stefan Jarl, 2010)
Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold, 2009)
Involuntary (Ruben Östlund, 2008)
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Owe Svensson

Owe Svensson trained at the Film School in Stockholm 1967–1969. Since 1976 he has mixed hundreds of movies and worked with directors such as Roy Andersson, Ingmar Bergman, Bo Widerberg and Andrei Tarkovsky. In 2003, Owe Svensson was awarded, together with cinematographer Sven Nykvist, the Royal Institute of Technology’s grand prize. The explanation was:

“In their artistry, they have through sensitiveness of ear, experience and great technical knowledge contributed to our Swedish cultural heritage and towards Sweden’s special place in the world of film. The picture is what the eye sees and the sound what the ear hears, and both together enhance and enrich our inner experience of the diversity of reality. Nykvist’s cinematography and Svensson’s sound are both creations that turn into magic.”
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