Soho’s Boom was the big winner at last night’s Conch audio post-production awards, winning in three categories including best TV mix facility.

The Berwick Street based audio house fought off competition from two much bigger rivals, Molinare and Pepper, to win the best TV mix facility gong and also picked up best TV drama audio for its work on Wallander.

The hat-trick of awards was completed by company founder and managing director Paul Hamblin being named as best TV dubbing mixer.

Despite not winning best TV mix facility Molinare also had a hugely successful night winning in the TV Entertainment category for its audio work on Trawlermen and in the documentary category for Mugabe and the White African.

Lisa-Marie McStay of Molinare was named as best TV sound editor.

In other categories, Phaze was recognised as the top sound design/ editorial facility, edging out Boom and Sound 24, while Adam Davidson of Ascent 142 was named most promising newcomer.

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