Bespoke Post is an audio post production facility based in central Auckland, New Zealand.
We specialise in Post Production Sound services for local and international productions,
from motion picture & high end television to gaming and emerging media.
We are highly experienced in Sound Supervision, Foley & Sound Design, While simultaneously very well versed in the nuances of delivering complete audio post for the modern docu-series (reality television).
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Whether you need ADR, Foley, Sound Design and the Full Mix for an international feature or your first student film, we've been there. We know how to help tell your story through detailed, focused sound.
Our 3 Television mix suites all feature current Pro Tools HD systems, ideal for audio post editorial in stereo, 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound. We also boast a full complement of local & international award winning Sound Editors,
Re-recording Mixers & Composers. On site, semi-pro, super serious Street Fighter challengers are always ready in our green room.
The 48 square metre (516 ft) specialised Foley room is staffed by experienced mixers, artists and editors using renowned microphones & audio interfaces. Source Connect Pro is available at no extra charge.
The picture (left) is a facebook link to our Foley room. If you get a chance we recommend you come back to this page on your mobile device, click on the picture and let your accelerometer guide you through this 360° tour of our room. the future / NOW !
Our work is well known for having detailed & imaginative SFX that make for fresh, vibrant mixes. Combined with thousands of hours of grueling practical experience in mixing for documentaries, international television series and online media. We've managed to join the aurally amazing with the technically proficient.
The right sound at the right moment tells the story. Coupled with rich, full backgrounds, Custom recorded sound effects and decades of experience we approach each sound design project with it's unique narrative in mind.
Above is a recent Adidas All Blacks Moari Promo we worked on - it features elements from our original Bespoke Post Water SFX Library. Absolutely Brilliant.
Amy Barber is Re-recording Mixer & Sound Supervisor. Her career in audio post is internationally recognised with clients based largely in Los Angeles & New York. She is also a Foley mixer / editor dedicated to her craft.
Her attention to detail and openness to exploring new techniques in audio post has her producing at the intersection of simplicity and function, to create strong, lasting and remarkable Sound design. Whether recording inside their massive, quiet Foley room or out in the field in the remote New Zealand countryside, She'll take whatever steps necessary to create unique and powerful
sounds to cater to the individual project's needs.
As an experienced editor and mixer, Amy has a strong understanding of the narrative of sound. Paired with her strong communication skills the process of working with this international sound team is streamlined and professional.
She lives and breathes audio post.
Jonathan Bruce is one of New Zealand's most prolific Foley artists / editors. His experience has seen him working in the Foley and SFX departments on hundreds of episodes of US, UK & NZ television, scores of feature films, dozens of documentaries and countless short films.
After several years drinking west coast IPA, necking bowls of vegan ramen and working with some of the most respected Foley artists / Sound Designers and Re-Recording Mixers in Los Angeles, he returned to Auckland, New Zealand to establish Bespoke Post.
He has lectured on the art and craft of Foley at UCLA and is part of the New Zealand S.A.E Creative Industries Advisory Committee, who helps shape the curriculum of their students. Now, quite far into his fourth decade he has completely given up on following popular music and social events and endeavours to continue honing his craft in Foley and SFX to a fine point.
Get to know us better in this Radio New Zealand Interview from June 2016
Or our 2018 behind the scenes appearance on the making of the Secret World of Butterflies Exhibition for the Auckland Museum.