Specialists in innovative audio experiences. We enjoy working alongside technical teams who are pushing the boundaries of how people listen and interact with audio in their daily lives. We have worked with BBC R&D as content partners on an interactive drama for voice activated speakers, created award winning binaural audio-only games for iOS and explored speech-to-text software for the British Library’s radio archive.
We create original audio content for clients such as the BBC, Do Books and The British Library.
We also produce our own podcasts. Our first podcast series is called 'My Career Crisis', a Q&A advice show about workplace dramas and how to solve them, presented by Ruth Barnes and career guidance expert Sue Aherne.
The British Library commissioned Rosina Sound to produce two extensive advisory reports for their forthcoming national radio archive. Looking at how new technologies such as driverless cars and voice assistants may effect the UK radio industry, and outlining how a national radio archive may be funded and delivered.