Choose Porth Sound for a dedicated service from location recording through to the final mix.


What clients say about us

Documentary director Chris Morris who chose to work with Porth Sound in Cornwall

I have worked with Claire on my last two films (a short drama and a feature documentary). Claire is a sound designer of rare talent and skill.

If you look for a DOP who has a real eye - then in Claire you have a sound designer and mixer with a real ear. She is diligent, creative and a real pleasure to work with.

Porthsound: a Cornish audio gem.

Chris Morris

Filmmaker, writer & director. Cornwall.

Working with Claire from Porth Sound is an absolute pleasure.

Her clear communication and quick turnaround make working with her a breeze, even with an eight hour time difference. She’s an excellent audio mixer who elevates our video projects with the finesse of a sharp ear.

Lonnie Angle

Account Manager, rosewood creative. Los Angelos.

Porth South are talented, efficient, cost effective and a pleasure to work with.

The team delivers every time, no matter what the deadline.

Polly Morgan

Head of production, beagle Media.

Cornwall & London.

Porth Sound's faqs

Where are you based?

We are based in Cornwall with a home post-production stereo facility, and frequently work remotely with clients from wherever they are based. 

What facilities do you have?

Claire's stereo mix facility runs Pro tools, Adobe suite, Da Vinci & RX Izotope. We can record simple voiceovers using an AKG C414 XLII Vocal Condenser Microphone.

Cornwall is not close to London! How do you operate with cloud-based ways of working together? 

We use Dropbox & Wetransfer to manage file sharing. For video projects, having timecode on all videos & continuous file version names are key for maintaining order and minimising confusion! Video versions can be sent password protected between team members on Vimeo. We use MS Teams, Zoom and Skype to have regular team calls and can stay in touch via the chat pages. We like to start a project with clear outcomes, deadlines and expectations. Some producers/directors like to work via Google drive, using an Excel sheet with timecoded notes to work on improving versions over time. 
The key answer is that we're flexible; let's talk about an approach that will work for you!