Description - Secretsundaze Studios
Based in the heart of the Secretsundaze HQ at The Laundry in London Fields, our studio is the home of our artistic community and the perfect space to create, record and collaborate. The studio has grown organically through the shared vision of our founders James, Giles and our in-house engineers, artists & friends George Levings (Endian, Commix), Tony Nwachukwu (CDR, Attica Blues) and Sam Jones (Soundthread).
Secretsundaze Studios provides a comprehensive production, recording and mixdown facility, making it the ideal environment in which to make your music stand out. Studer preamps in the desk, and different valve stages from outboard equipment help give that analog edge to a digital project, using Apogee converters to capture and represent that presence and warmth in the mix. Adding to your creative juices and bringing that all important vibe to your tracks, we have a Fender Rhodes and Akai valve tape machine, plus a selection of synths old and new, with the whole set-up running through our stunning Rogers BBC design LS5/8 and Meyer Sound HD1 monitors.
The Laundry building is a multi-use workspace with a restaurant, 24-hour concierge and roof terrace hosting exciting music, arts, fashion and film individuals and organisations. The air-conditioned studio is available with flexible working hours, at affordable rates, across daytime, evening and nighttime sessions, 7 days a week, with a sound engineer available upon request.
There are also options for longer-term lets and the studio is available for mixing and mastering sessions engineered by one of our in-house artists. Plus we're running a selection of music production courses, from beginner to the more advanced, with other classes focused on producing with analog gear and mixing techniques, all taught by our experienced producer tutors.
Meyer Sound HD1 Monitors
Rogers BBC Design LS5/8 with AM8/16 Amplifiers
DACS Headphone Amp
8 Bayer Dynamic DT100
1968 MkII Dual Channel Tube Compressor
Audio and Design Compressor
Akai Valve Tape Machine
Neumann TLM 193
Beyer Dynamic M201
sE Electronics 1a x 2
Golden Age R1 MKIII Active Ribbon
AKG 214 x 2
sE Electronics R1 Ribbon Mic
WEM Copicat Echo Tape Delay
Fender Rhodes Mk1
Vermona DRM1 MKII
24 Channel B800 Broadcast Desk
Penny and Giles Faders with Studer Pre-amps
Mackie 1642-VLZ Pro 16 Channel Mixer
AMEK/NEVE Classic Channel Strips Pre-amp and EQ
Neve Pure Path
ISA 828 with Digital Card
Mosses and Mitchell GPO Type 2 Patch Bays x 3
Apogee Symphony I/O 16x16