Welcome to Moving Air, the home of Peregrine Andrews and the Moving Air studio. Whether you want to dub a TV series, mix a radio drama, design sound for a commercial, or just need the sound of a shattered dream or a frozen fish, please get in touch. With 20 years of award-winning experience, I can probably help.
Aged 7 I saw Coppola's film "The Conversation". It made me want to manipulate sound and tangle cables. I got a job at the BBC and tangled cables for money, eventually working as a recording engineer, mainly on live music gigs. These included three festivals in Glastonbury and Three Tenors in Italy. After 6 years I left the BBC and set up Moving Air, specializing in audio post-production. Since then I've delivered broadcast audio to all the main UK radio and TV networks and mixed a few films. Most of my TV experience is in documentary and comedy. I've worked on hundreds of programmes for BBC Radio 4, experimental drama for Radio 3 and music documentaries for BBC Radio 1, Radio 2 and 1Xtra. I also make the odd documentary myself.
The studio is in my flat in an easy-to-reach part of West London. Working at home is flexible and keeps overheads down. The studio is spacious, acoustically-treated and air-conditioned. It's primarily for mixing, but I routinely record ADR, light voice-over and foley here too. The room is set up for 5.1 surround and has Source Connect for linking live with other studios.
The studio now has the benefit of air-conditioning, and very effective secondary glazing for isolation from external noise. Cool and quiet is what we want.