Studio 1’s Control Room is based around a fantastic sounding Soundcraft Reims console. Designed by Paul Hardcastle, it has that quintessential “British” EQ sound and, as you can tell from our music examples, sounds amazing.
With 32 inputs and up to 100 on mix down you won’t go wanting for analogue track count. We are also currently modifying the console, adding API style preamps to each channel to further increase the unique sound of the desk.
We built our vocal booth directly into Studio 1 so that singer and engineer can see, as well as hear, each other. The booth is also a great space for acoustic guitars and small amps.
Best of all, the studio is big enough for a large band to be in and still feel comfortable. Please contact us for rates.
If you like your audio analogue you’re in the right place.
Every studio is defined by it’s main live room and this is where Park Studios really comes in to its own. Old Edwardian buildings seem to lend themselves to recording, but with a bit of help we really feel that we’ve made this in to one hell of a space. If you can record better drums in Birmingham, we’ve yet to hear them. Along with our selection of house kits we also have to two isolation booths for guitar and bass amps as well as fully working (and modified) Hammond L100 organ and Lesley cabinet.
As well as an expansive space sometimes you also need smaller, more intimate ones.
Studio 2 and its live room are just such spaces. Designed to be somewhere to edit, record vocals, piano and guitars. It’s also a great space for song writing. It’s based around a TL Audio M3 eight channel all valve console and is paired with another SSL Logic Alpha Link.
It is also home to our lovely sounding Welmar piano, which can be heard on so many of our recordings.