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Keywords’ Liquid Violet launches new state-of-the-art London studio

Keywords Studios is excited to announce that Liquid Violet, its UK-based voice production and casting studio, is launching a new bespoke and state-of-the-art facility based in the heart of London. This will provide a best-in-class service offering to Keywords’ global client base, allowing Liquid Violet to meet the needs of the ever-evolving entertainment industry.

Date Published: 18/10/2018
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Only a stone’s throw away from London’s top TV, film and theatre talent, the Seven Dials-based studio and office space will act as a hub for Keywords Studios in London, offering a creative and relaxed environment, featuring an interior awash with natural light within a renovated warehouse situated between Soho and Covent Garden.

The entire facility has the capability to deliver clean, transparent audio with an extensive dynamic range while also benefitting from detailed, tonally balanced Focal monitoring. The new London studio space will further solidify Keywords Studios’ worldwide reputation for exceptional audio services.

Remarking on the new facility, Andrew Day, CEO, commented: “We are delighted with this development at Liquid Violet. Investing behind Liquid Violet and progressing the business forward in its journey to deliver a world-class service, and through what must surely be London’s hottest video games audio production studio, is a great demonstration of the support the wider Keywords family is able to provide.”

Adam Chapman, Director of Liquid Violet, further commented: “The work we do at Liquid Violet has always been sharply focussed on delivering a world-class level of service to our clients. This new facility gives one big leap forward to evolve and innovate in the market.”

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