UK-based production company back2back has announced the opening of a new audio facility in Brighton.
back2back Audio is an audio and dubbing house occupying all three floors of an 18th century former fisherman’s hut just off the seafront, featuring the latest Pro tools HD, high-spec iMac with plugins from Waves, NUGEN and AVID, and mics from Neumann.
Brighton-based Altered Images supplied the software and hardware with project consultant Tony Gill acting as project manager, while dubbing mixer and sound designer Wayne Urquhart will run the facility.
back2back founder and MD David Notman-Watt said: “When we saw the quirky building, a stone’s throw from the seafront, we knew it would be a good fit for us. Not only is it a great location, the building is oozing with history while being extremely well appointed for its new job as a state of the art audio facility. Producers are able to work in light and comfortable soundproofed surroundings and have access to the best that Brighton has to offer on their doorstep.”