Bleat, a new post production finishing house, has officially launched in Hackney, London.
The post house offers theatrical and HETV Dolby Atmos mixing along with grading, online, and conform for both drama and documentaries.
It includes two Dolby Atmos theatres as well as four multi-functional, hybrid suites, which all include 4K HDR Projection. The Dolby Atmos theatres include Alcons speaker monitoring, alongside ATC speaker monitoring in each of the four the multifunctional suites.
The Heckney site also includes a network of 10gb infrastructure, as well as QSC’s Q-SYS, Blackmagic, and DDP workflows.
A further site at Kings Cross houses a dedicated 4K grading suite with 9.2.4 PMC HETV mixing and theatrical premixing.
Speaking about the launch, Bleat’s founder Tristan Norwell said: “We began Bleat with the aim of creating a highly desirable finishing house that would lure people out of the post-Covid hamster-wheel of working from home, and back into the creative joy of sharing a face-to-face, collaborative process. We are totally made-up to have formed a world-class team of operatives who actually make this seamlessly happen – Bleat is post production catnip”.
Technical operations are led by Matt Edwards (Azimuth, Coda, Fifty Fifty) audio by Saxon Greenep.