London, UK (January 3, 2008)–UK audio post specialists The Voice And Music Company recently relocated to new premises in London’s Soho Square. Acoustic and technical design company White Mark Ltd created the spacious new complex, which houses two 5.1 dubbing theaters, two stereo suites and a music composition studio.
Established 15 years ago by the composition team of Kim Goody and Alan Coates, The Voice And Music Company handles composition, sound design and audio post production for a variety of film and television clients including Disney, Chapman Entertainment, the BBC, Novel Entertainment and Chorian.
“The move to Soho Square gave us the opportunity to expand and modernize our technical facilities,” Coates explains. “We spoke to a number of studio design companies but chose White Mark on the basis of their extensive experience, particularly within Soho where they have built over 100 audio post facilities. They worked closely with our chief engineer Chris Morris, and Tom Livsey, who recently joined us from The Bridge, to create a fluid and flexible facility where projects can be easily moved from one studio to another. We welcomed their design input and their attention to detail, which have helped us create a comfortable environment for both clients and staff.”
David Bell, managing director of White Mark, adds, “This project, like many others, posed a number of design challenges. Principal amongst them was the need to match the high level of interior design that the building demands with the delivery of the creative environment needed by Alan, Kim and the team. We are very proud of the result which is a visually striking facility that feels very comfortable to be in and performs to the highest standards of acoustic accuracy”
The Voice And Music Company operates on a Pro Tools platform throughout and uses Dynaudio Air 20 monitoring in its main dubbings theaters.
White Mark Limited