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  • Writer's picturePhil Bashford

May update!

Updated: May 5, 2021

It's been a strange time over the last twelve months and things are starting to look up as we get back to normal post-lockdown.

We have been busy bees (pardon the pun) with getting everything Covid safe as we open the doors once again to full capacity rehearsals and recording.

Rehearsals are in full swing and we have recently opened up Pods A (from £12 p/h) and Pod B (from £15 p/h). Pod A is great for solo rehearsals, teaching and acoustic practices, up to 3 people. Pod B is more geared towards the production and recording side of things and is loaded with some top-spec studio gear including Unity Rock monitors, Universal Audio 710 preamps and Avid I/O. Both these spaces are available by the hour and or a full day rate.

This week we have reopened Studio A. We decided to swap the live room for the control room, which gives a much more spacious and relaxed feel while using the space. We have also swapped the sound board for an Audient ASP8024 and added a few new bits of outboard to boot. Recording or Mixing this space is already in high demand and it looks like it's going to be a busy summer. YAY!


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