Sound Gallery Studios provide the highest standard voice recording facility for our clients using the industry standard ProTools for both recording voice-overs and voice to picture in our acoustically treated and sound-proofed vocal booth. Producers and directors can listen in or direct sessions from anywhere in the world using telephone or Skype patch which enables 2 way communication between yourself, the talent and the engineer. The audio mix is then sent to your e-mail immediately after the session. Through experience we have found this solution to be the one providing the most high quality audio as well as most cost effective medium for our clients compared to ISDN. With our high-speed internet connection the finished audio files can be with you in no time at all. Wi-Fi is also available to all clients during sessions.


Recording & Editing

Voiceover recording (up to 3 artists simultaneously) separate, acoustically treated vocal booth

Acoustically treated live room available for larger groups

Commercials / TV & Film /  Animation / Video

Narration / Commentary for DVD or Audio-Books

Recording & Editing telephone messages into telephone messaging systems


Sound Design, Mix & Music 

Sound design and mix for online Media, CD and DVD

Audio repair and restoration

Original and bespoke music composition



Mac Pro running Pro-tools 9 and Logic Pro 9

SSL Alphalink AD/DA conversion

Prism Sound Orpheus 

TfPro P110 voice channel

Quested S7 Monitoring system with SB10R Sub



Neumann U47 FET

TFPro Valve prototype

Rode K2 (pair)

AKG 414 Buls

AudioTechnica 4033 (pair)

Sontronics Saturn

Sontronics Sigma Ribbon Microphone


Delivery Formats 

Mono/Stereo 24bit 44.1Khz/48Khz/88.2Khz/96Khz WAV/AIFF and BWAV


All MP3 Formats


Video Specification Sheet

Frame accurate format with TC Burn in.



motion jpeg



Pro Res 422 (HD)

Resolution (Square Pixels)


720×576 (PAL)

720p (HD)

1080p (HD)

We will also need to know:

Frame Rate

Audio bit depth

Audio Sample rate



Duncan Chave: Head Engineer, producer, sound designer and Sound Gallery’s Technical Director, Duncan has extensive experience of working with directors, composers, arrangers and musicians to produce music and sound for performance using cutting edge hardware and software technology. Duncan has also been involved in keyboard programming and the preparation of sampled sounds for West End musicals, the Royal National Theatre, TV and film music, sound installations, live engineering and recording as well as music for new media.


Sound Gallery Studios can provide their own voiceover talents at competitive rates, including greek native speakers for voice-overs or synch projects.

Client List 

BBC (The One Show, featuring Raphael Ravenscroft) – BBC Radio 1 – BBC Radio 3

CBBC (Who Let the Dogs Out featuring Rik Mayall)

JWT advertising agency based in New York (Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project featuring Seb Fontaine)

Scramble Soho (WHSmith advert, featuring Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall) – Feedmee (Germany)

Omni Productions –  Open Mind Media – Talking Media (Exeter Cathedral Tours)

Channel 4 (Embarrassing Bodies) – National Geographic, PhonicFM106.8 

Rabbit Vocal Management – Spacex Gallery – Exeter City Council

Fox Searchlight UK (Far from the Madding Crowd)

Royal Albert Memorial Museum (Exeter), T Mobile and more… 

Client Feedback

When we booked Sound Gallery (at very short notice) to record some singing for the songs that appear in Far From The Madding Crowd, I don’t know if they were expecting the films principal leads, the director, the producer, the choreographer and half of the production team to invade their space. Well that’s what happened and they were brilliant, very accommodating with any requests/demands and the engineer, Duncan Chave, was fantastic. Completely unphased under pressure and really knows his stuff. All round thumbs up. Support your local studio!’ Neill McCall, producer (Fox Searchlight UK)


Everything went really smoothly during our voiceover sessions at Sound Gallery – thank you once again for all your help. All the best and hope to work with you in the future – here’s hoping for a second series!’  

Gillian Irvine, BBC Scotland

Duncan is a sound god but I am a f…… genious!!’ Rik Mayall

Exeter Cathedral are very pleased with the tour and will be launching it shortly as soon as John Nettles can attend…’ Thanks, Joyce Adams, Talking Media

Good sounds.’ John Nettles 




For more information phone 01392 495 301

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