Audio Uproar are a cutting-edge sound studio providing services to the TV, film, advertising, digital media and audiobook industries.
Our Emmy-Award winning team provide high-end audio post production and sound design to clients across the UK and beyond.
Our state-of-the-art studios are situated in the heart of Clifton, Bristol – and our prestigious client list returns to us again and again for our creative and professional sound services.
News and Documentary Emmy Awards 2015
Outstanding Music & Sound
Nature - Animal Misfits (PBS)
Matt Coster - Sound Mixer
RTS National 2016 - Best Sound Nomination -
Life in the Air Series
RTS WoE 2014 - Winner Best Sound - Wild Arabia
RTS WoE 2014 - Winner Best Natural History Sound - Wild Arabia
WORKING WITH US
We are proud to be an independent, boutique sound facility in the heart of Bristol. But we also believe that by working in partnership we can get the very best quality post production - at competitive rates - for our clients.
We regularly work with post houses in London, America and across the world, and we often collaborate with edit houses here in Bristol, including:
The Farm - BBC Natural World sound, Monkman and Seagull's Genius Guide to Britain, Animal Park.
Evolutions - Deadly Dinosaurs, Yellowstone: The Thaw, The Lake District : A Wild Year.
Films@59 - Concorde: A Supersonic Story.
Dog House Post Production - on Wild and Weird, Britain through the Lens, The Houses That Made Jane Austen, Magic of the Musicals, Nadiya’s British Food Adventure.
We appreciate that Production Managers will often prefer to have one point of contact for post production services, and this is likely to be the picture finishing facility, in which case our Project Managers can liaise with the same point of contact. Our core aim is always for picture and audio to move smoothly between departments.
Our studios include two extremely spacious and comfortable surround capable Dubbing Suites and a full time dubbing and tracklay team, and our size means that we can easily manager tight schedules and potential overruns.