Welcome to Moving Air, the home of Peregrine Andrews and the Moving Air studio. Sound is my business: TV and film dubs, radio documentaries and drama, sound design for commercials, audio production for art installations. Whatever.
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 Sound of Sport(s) - now on 99 Percent Invisible
The documentary I made in 2011 for BBC Radio 4, with Falling Tree is now available as a podcast from the very interesting 99% Invisible people
Frieze Art Fair
I am providing technical assistance to Kristin Oppenheim for her multi-channel sound installation at the Frieze Art fair in London, October 2014
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.