When you say “add noise,” I'm assuming you mean this in a negative light. In other words, instead of him telling compelling stories that hold people in rapt attention, the person in question is loud and boisterous, perhaps even uncouth. I'm interpreting your use of the word “noise” to mean unwelcomed noise.
With that in mind, I have these suggestions:
He clamors for attention wherever he goes.
Clamor is defined by Macmillan as, to shout or talk loudly. It often refers to loud demands for something, but I think it could work for your overly loud friend if we say that he is clamoring for attention.
Other possibilities include:
He adds din to the room wherever he goes.
(The word din can be used as a verb as well as a noun, so, technically, if you really wanted a verb for some reason, you could say, He dins the room wherever he goes, but I think the phrase “adds din” sounds more natural.)
You could also say:
He adds commotion to the room wherever he goes.
It's not a verb; nevertheless, it might be the most accurate way to describe his boorish social skills.