If I had 30 seconds to talk about The East Wing, I’d probably use it to make them sound better. They seem to be able to do it with everything else I write…
Working with The East Wing on EVE: Valkyrie was a joy. Their energy, attention to detail and creative input meant we hit it right first time, every time… and most importantly, their tunes kicked some serious ass!
““As a Newcastle-based Director and producer, it’s not often that I get the chance to direct a show and complete the post production in my home town.”“They (The East Wing) provided us with everything we needed; video edit, colour grade and sound edit – not only are they a smashing bunch, but the facilities and location were perfect for us.”
When I want something done well, I call The East Wing. I can always rely on them to deliver a project on time and on spec. They have a vision for the end result which is invaluable, and quite rare. They are a cut above.
“Rich has asked me to write about what an absolutely charming gent he is is, and how smart his studio is with all of the shiny, fancy kit and equipment he has at his disposal. And while all of that is true, what is more important is that he is a great person to work with. Technically he is excellent, but he combines that with a speed that means things happen very smoothly. He always adds value to the creative work, and makes valuable recommendations and suggestions which always lead to better results for us, and our clients. To provide a bit of balance, his tea-making is average.”
Rich is not only incredible at his job, he’s an incredibly nice bloke to work with. He knows exactly how to get the most out of a VO artist without stepping on the client’s toes. Always full of great advice and ideas, he’s simply the best sound engineer I’ve worked with in nearly 20 years
I have used Rich for many projects as a producer, engineer and a composer. His work is first class, his temperament is just what you want when working in such close proximity and he always delivers above and beyond my (always unrealistic) expectations.