Tamborine, one of the UK’s leading animation audio post production specialists is relocating its London studio. The move will reflect the organisation’s growing dominance in the animation audio sphere, and reinforce their significant portfolio in voice recording, television audio post and radio production.
Recent projects include Tree Fu Tom for CBeebies, Q Pootle 5 for Snapper Films and Ruff Ruff, Tweet and Dave for Collingwood & Co.
The new studios will feature a first-class multi-voice recording space and a sophisticated post-production suite, which is tailor-made to cater for the ensemble voice recording sessions that animated productions often require.
Managing Director and Senior Engineer, Nick Harris, is looking forward to the relocation.
“I can’t wait to make the move. Having worked in the business for nearly two decades, this is a golden opportunity to design the studios around a practical understanding of what clients truly need.. I’m very excited about presenting the new studio space, and together with our existing voice casting, voice direction, music and post-production services we can look after the complete audio process from concept through to the final mix.”
The London production facility will continue to work in tandem with their Media City studios in Manchester, working on productions for high-profile clients including the mainstream UK television channels and international organisations such as Disney and Nickelodeon.
Currently in the design and build stages, Tamborine expect to move to their new home in Newman Street, Fitzrovia, at the beginning of November.