The newly named UK post house, Soho Square Studios, will focus on expanding its film, TV and commercial business.

Audio post-production facility The Voice and Music Company is being re-branded as Soho Square Studios.

As part of the rebrand, the company is hoping to expand its film, TV and commercial business with two new recruits, sound engineer Simon Capes and dubbing mixer/sound designer James Doyle.

Capes previously worked at the Tape Gallery and Silk Sound, whilst Doyle was previously based at Pinewood Studios. His credits include 127 Hours, Looking For Eric and TV show Mythbusters.

The rebrand will also include an upgrade of all of the company’s sound studios to Pro Tools 9 and a new logo and website.

Company co-founder, managing director and composer Alan Coates said: “With our current growth and reputation for audio post-production excellence, it feels like the right time to show off our fantastic studios and amazing location on the Square [Soho Square in London]. Giving the company a new name really helps us to do that.”