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    Welcome to our new facility!

    6 new suites. Drop in and take a look around!

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    Wildernuts Season 2

    Post production commences!

    26 new episodes

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What others are saying


“As producers we want our collaborators to deliver on time and on budget to the best creative standards possible. Of course we never make that easy, always looking for that final tweak or small change. By yesterday. Please! Gorilla Post have always delivered. Usually with a smile. Which helps. A lot.”

“Barry’s been looking after our audio post since 2009. Trust in the post production process and the operators behind the kit is vital as a producer. It’s a compliment to Barry and his team that I’m still working at Gorilla today, 5 years on. Their consistency remains, only their team has grown and their coffee’s even better!”

“We’ve been working with Gorilla Post since the early days. They consistently provide very high standards and that’s why we regularly go back. We would highly recommend them.”

You can always rely on Gorilla Post to deliver quality  – picture post and sound. They’re a super crew to work with. Very organised and great facilities.

“What a fantastic experience working with Gorilla on picture, audio and commentary for our Cork Mega Port (TV3)  series was. Barry, Dominic, Shane and the rest of the team are not only really talented but are also fun to work with, they even got us back to the station on time to make the Cork Express! Is there no end to their talents? We’re looking forward to working with them on our second series in the new studio.”

“Gorilla provided the sound and video post production on our latest series ‘Wildernuts’ and we had a great experience. We were months recording voice overs, mixing and onlining all 26 episodes and we’re extremely happy with how everything went. We wouldn’t hesitate to use them again.”

“Working with the guys at Gorilla Post was a real pleasure. We recorded and mixed 10 x 26 minute episodes with them on a recent series and I couldn’t have been happier. Their creative input, particularly during the mixing stages, was invaluable.”

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