London-based studio is also upgrading a second sound suite to 5.1 after seeing an increase in high-end TV audio post-production work.
Wise Buddah Studios has appointed former Pinewood Studios mixer James Doyle [pictured] as its new dubbing mixer.
Doyle joins as the studio is upgrading a second sound suite to 5.1 after seeing an increase in high-end TV audio post-production work. The move signals the start of a 24-month process, to be managed by senior engineer Jon Last, that will see the whole of Wise Buddah’s central London facility upgraded.
Wise Buddah managing director Dave Holt commented: “As well as adding more capacity for 5.1 mixing, the addition of a well specified foley space will improve our capabilities for both TV and advertising clients. At the same time, talent is a key ingredient of what we do so having James join the team, with his enthusiasm and experience, will significantly bolster our TV and film offering, helping us to take further advantage of the opportunities that we’ve been developing in recent years.”
Recent audio post-production credits for the studio include the 5.1 mix on Girls Aloud Ten for MTV as well as Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records (ITV/IMG Media), Goodbye Television Centre (BBC) and ADR work on House of Anubis (Lime Pictures/Nickelodeon).