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Voiceover Soho and HHB create unique Studio space in the heart of London
UK – With a ten-year history, two sites and five studios spanning Soho and Fitzrovia, Voiceover Soho has gained a reputation as one of the most professional, creative and friendly voice recording and audio post-production facilities in London. Studio owner Peter Morris realises the importance of state-of-the-art equipment and a unique and appealing space as essential components for a successful facility. This approach was the main driver for the concept and execution of their new space in Fitzrovia. Peter wanted to create an all-encompassing production facility covering all areas of audio post, music production, Voiceover and ADR. The resulting Dolby Atmos equipped installation features an Avid S6 M10 work surface, Pro Tools 12, DAD AX32 I/O, Genelec 7.1.4 monitoring system and Dolby Atmos HT-RMU rendering unit.
Having found a truly unique space Peter turned to HHB to help him with workflow advice and choice of equipment, with a clear brief to make the facility as adaptable as possible to meet current and future client needs.
When asked why he contacted HHB to assist with the equipment specification Peter responded: “HHB’s tech know-how is absolutely brilliant. To see them championing two of my favourite brands (Genelec and Avid) made the option a 'no-brainer'. They also introduced me to the Atmos specialists at Dolby and after a lot of discussion with both HHB and Dolby it became very clear that Atmos was a trend that I had to embrace.”
HHB’s CTO John Johnson added: "It’s a very exciting time for Dolby Atmos and its integration into the professional studio workflow. Peter fully recognises the demand in for Dolby Atmos ready environments and has delivered a unique and impressive concept with the newest addition to Voiceover Soho’s portfolio of studio spaces.”
Peter added: “Our aim was to provide a complete solution, covering projects from start to finish. Which is why Dolby Atmos is so essential. We can now mix in 7.1, ADR and Dolby Atmos. This gives us a huge advantage. With the dominance Dolby have on the industry it is essential to have Atmos as a key component of our studio, thereby future-proofing the services we offer.”
18th September 2017
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