Welcome to Compass Rose Entertainment Inc.

In the fast-paced world of the motion picture industry, we’re proud to be the cool, calm, and collected answer to all of your production service and location sound needs.

Since 1998, Eric Lamontagne and his crew have been providing high-quality location sound services to the motion picture industry all across the globe. With over 100 productions behind us, we’ve spent time on web-series, corporate videos, documentaries, television (episodic & movies),and big budget blockbusters. Most recently, we’ve been supporting Apple’s first foray into television production, ’See’, starring Jason Momoa.

Our technical services team is available to break out the production service and location sound requirements of your script and provide you with clear cost estimates. We are also available for technical surveys and consultation, allowing your post-production team the most options with crisp, clean picture and sound.

Compass Rose Entertainment has a scalable crew of industry professionals capable of supporting your project with a single person unit or by providing multiple personnel and units as needed. Our experience allows us to remain as lo profile as possible on set, while our equipment serves to capture superb quality from simple stereo through to ambisonic.

Over the last few years, we’ve added some projects of our own, including the documentary ‘For the Love of Music’ (The Knowledge Network) showcasing the talented Norman Nelson and the Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra. Currently we are in post-production on our second documentary, ‘Creating Harmony’, which gives viewers a peek into the lives of the founders of the longest-running, all-female quartet, the Lafayette String Quartet. In-depth interviews pepper the history and musical selections from the Shostakovich - the Complete Cycle, a Lafayette String Quartet 30th anniversary concert performance series.

Compass Rose Entertainment is also proud to announce that we are developing our first scripted series, ’Destiny Rentals’, an hour-long family-friendly procedural, with a supernatural bend.