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. I've mixed lots of factual TV, often shows with challenging location sound such as the BBC's primetime "Traffic Cops". I've also mixed BBC arts series, including "The Genius of Design" and "Ancient Worlds". More recently I've been working in comedy, mixing the new flagship BBC sitcom "BigSchool", and the BAFTA-winning "Twenty Twelve". I've edited and / or mixed hundreds of documentaries for BBC Radio 4, experimental drama for Radio 3 and music documentaries for BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Radio 2. I've also made several radio documentaries myself, most recently "The Sound of Sport" for BBC Radio 4.
I work mainly at my home studio in West London which is flexible and very cost-effective. It's relaxed and comfortable and, with acoustic treatment and an excellent loudspeaker system, sounds good.Although there's no separate voice booth, I routinely record ADR and light amounts of voiceover here, and there's a wipe generator to provide visual cues for performers. However, for a full voiceover recording, there are a couple of other studios I regularly use. If you need sound effects, I have thousands, easily searchable. Small foley can be recorded here and, for more extensive needs, I have an excellent relationship with a specialist foley studio. Most work to date has been stereo, but the room is equipped for 5.1 and one film project has been successfully mixed here in surround. If you cannot, or prefer not to, attend the mix, I'm used to working remotely, sending back mixes for review at your end.
For Radio 3's Between the Ears, I've just mixed The Legend of Princess Xu-Feng, created by Peter Blegvad and Iain Chambers. The Story of Whitney Houston This latest Sue..
5.1 is here
I've just set up my studio for 5.1 mixing, using 5 x PMC LB1s and a PMC sub. It's sounding good.
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