What is TASA?
Why is TASA necessary?
TASA and the MPAA:
What you need to know!
The TASA process for trailer finishers.
The TASA process for Digital Cinema trailers.
TASA Certified Independent Audio Engineering Firms.
What is "Leqm"?
Where do I get a Leqm meter?
How effective is TASA?
Who do I talk to at the MPAA about trailers?
What about commercials in theatres?
Who are we?
TASA History.
The TASA Standard - Technical Document.

TASA Certified Independent
Audio Engineering Firms.

THX

11712 Moorpark St,
Suite 109
Studio City, CA 91604
Contact: John Ender
Phone: (415) 492-3943
Fax: (818) 736-5173
e-mail: TASA@thx.com


TASA Certified Engineers:
Laurie Fincham

TMH Corporation

PO Box 712178
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Contact: David Miraglia
Phone: (323) 878-0212


web: http://tmhlabs.com/tasa
email: tasa@tmhlabs.com

TASA Certified Engineers:
David Miraglia, DavidMiraglia@tmhlabs.com
Tom Holman

(Note: This contact information is provided for informational purposes only. The MPAA is not responsible for and does not endorse any one company's products or services. Likewise, the TASA Committee is not responsible for and does not endorse any one company's services, other than stipulating that at the time of their TASA Certification as an I.A.E., they met the standards set forth in the TASA Standard, Section Four.)

If you are an independent audio engineering firm that meets the standards set forth in the TASA Technical Standard section four, and would like to apply for TASA Certification as an "I.A.E.," you may contact us through the MPAA by contacting MPAA Advertising Administration at (818) 995-6600.