Contact

[email protected]

www.wavestudios.co.uk

+44 (0)207 439 8080

32 Great Pulteney Street
London
W1F 9NW

About

Wave was founded in 1999 by Warren Hamilton and Johnnie Burn. Already multi award winning sound designers in their own right, they soon established Wave’s reputation of creative excellence and craftsmanship bar none.
You’ll find Wave snuggled in the heart of Soho with 8 suites dedicated to sound design and mixing.
In 2008 we took our sound expertise to Amsterdam where we opened a sound studio with 3 suites.
Over the years we’re proud to have worked with the good and the great of advertising where a lot of our core clients are. But never ones to let the grass grow, we’re pushing the boundaries of audio design through many other platforms including mobile, digital and online content as well as bespoke brand audio design.
In 2011 Wave Gaming was born, a dedicated audio facility formed to provide audio recording, sound design and implementation services to the gaming industry and has since worked on several high profile titles and projects.
Wave Film continues to grow working on several projects and is ever expanding.
Wave’s founders still oversee the business as managers and creative directors, along with partners and directors Parv Thind and Aaron Reynolds, Wave concentrates it’s energy through the core team of designers in London and Amsterdam as it continues to strive for audio perfection.
Get in touch by calling either our London or Amsterdam studios or sending us an e-mail to [email protected] in London or [email protected] in Amsterdam.

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The World Premiere of STRASBOURG 1518, the latest film from Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Birth, Under The Skin, The Fall) will take place on BBC Two at 10pm on Monday 20 July. Sound design and mix by @johnnieburn@AcademyFilms@bbcarts@The_Quarryhttps://t.co/jD9OZxlpaP
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ANDREW JOLLIFFE Talking at speed. Traipsing through Paris. Touting Sibelius. #waveanddave@davedyecom@parvthind@WaveStudiosNY@WaveStudiosNLsoundcloud.com/user-590946565…
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DAL EVANS DE ALMEIDA & MICHAEL HUGHES. Checking out Oz. Choosing subtitled TV. Chugging schooners. #waveanddave@davedyecom@parvthind@WaveStudiosNY@WaveStudiosNLsoundcloud.com/user-590946565…
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KIT DAYARAM. Revisiting La Haine. Recalling an Indian wedding. Recycling wooden pallets. #waveanddave@KitTheRam@davedyecom@parvthind@WaveStudiosNY@WaveStudiosNLsoundcloud.com/user-590946565…
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LBB Newsfeed

UK Government Prepares to Ease Out of EU in Multi-Platform Transition Campaign

UK Government Prepares to Ease Out of EU in Multi-Platform Transition Campaign

MullenLowe launches multi-media communications campaign showcasing a wide range of sectors and industries

Wave Studios Announces 'We're Back' with Short Film

Wave Studios Announces 'We're Back' with Short Film

Written and shot by Austen Humphries of Rattling Stick, Wave Studios announces that it has re-opened its Soho offices

'All You Need Is Love' to Help Fund NHS in Phantomz Electric's New Spot

'All You Need Is Love' to Help Fund NHS in Phantomz Electric's New Spot

Featuring the voice of Anjelica Huston and a re-recording of 'Everybody Needs To Learn Sometimes', the film was made with contributions from thirty-one photographers and generous help from London's production community including Untold Studios, The Quarry, Wave Studios and JW Collective

Lynx Africa Sparks Nostalgic Memories for Mad Cap 25th Anniversary Spot

Lynx Africa Sparks Nostalgic Memories for Mad Cap 25th Anniversary Spot

Oliver developed the campaign with MPC and Wave

Wave Studios and Dave Dye Stay Connected with 'Wave + Dave' Podcasts

Wave Studios and Dave Dye Stay Connected with 'Wave + Dave' Podcasts

Whilst isolating at home, 'Wave + Dave' podcasts keep audiences entertained and up-to-date with their favourite celebrities

Work of the Week: 13/03/2020

Work of the Week: 13/03/2020

Despite a global pandemic impacting on seemingly every aspect of life, the advertising world continued to deliver the goods this week, writes Alex Reeves