WHAT WE DO
We work in sound and audio, adding that extra something to your next audio project to make it stand out from the crowd. Our background is in radio production and voice casting – have a listen to some of the radio campaigns we have worked on in the ‘work’ section. Whether it’s an urgent last minute quick turn around job – or one with more complex sound design – we can help make it sound and work better.
Whatever works best for you.
We are based in Soho, Central London, and have worked with clients and studios across the U.K. and around the world.
Whatever your next radio or audio project is – we can help make it better.
As well as radio commercials we cast and direct voices for TV campaigns, animation, websites and gaming (including Assassin’s Creed).
We arrange location recordings including New York, Number 10 Downing Street (true!), an army barracks, a newsagents, a hospital, a ski slope and on a train.
Essentially – we love to work on all things audio.
Whatever your next project is, if it involves sound we can give you some advice.
Thanks to the success of podcasts like ‘Serial’ in the States and ‘Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast’ in the UK, the audience for podcasts is bigger than ever and growing rapidly.
So, it could be worth considering.
Have a word with us, we’ll help you get the right tone of voice and will work with you on the audio content that fits with you and your target audience.
We’ll produce the recording session, cast the best voice overs and work on, sound design, music and sound effects to make your podcast better and more effective than your rivals.
We have lectured about radio advertising at the National Broadcasting School, the University of Westminster, the Radio Academy and the University of Brighton as part of the Marketing communications MBA.
We were part of the D&AD/Radiocentre ‘I Wish I’d Done That’ presentation hosted at Grey London and presented the advertising module of a Radio Academy event in Cardiff.
We tailor each talk or presentation to each individual audience, ‘bespoke’ rather than ‘off the hook’.
Why not give us a go?