Recording

North West London’s finest recording studio!

Studio 1

Why choose us?

  • Great Location which is only 15 Mins* from Central London by train and Zone 4 on Oyster
  • All music studios are ground floor with easy disabled access
  • Free onsite parking
  • New studio reception with snacks, refreshments & quality hot drinks
  • Experienced engineers who understand music and musicians!
  • Room prices include full backline: PA, Drums, Bass Amp, Guitar Amp and microphones as well as all recording gear

Mill Hill Music Complex first entered the recording business in 1979.  We’ve had all sorts of artists and genres of music, from Metal, Grunge, Gospel, Hip Hop as well as Pop, Blues, Jazz, Folk Klezmer and even traditional Indian Classical music. We have great sounding tuned rooms, great equipment and the best engineers. If you want to your drums, guitars, bass and other instruments to sound as they should, you need a studio that has what it takes! We have the microphones and outboard equipment to capture great vocals sounds and acoustic instruments. That is why many of our customers have been coming back for years.  Our large, acoustically tuned live recording area which gives a superb drum sound and many producers use Mill Hill Music Complex for recording drums, even when they have their own in house studio. We also specialise in spoken word, many customers use us for recording speeches for corporate events, Bahmitzvahs and other family events.

Our chief engineer Fil Ross, is always happy to help and advise. Fil’s website has some great tips for bands and artists looking to record their music.

Fil says

Fil & Josh HommeIt’s important to prepare well for a studio session in order to make the best use of your time in the studio and to get the best out of your session. Ideally, you should have a strong idea of the style of your song and how it should be recorded before you arrive. It is helpful if you can bring with you any reference tracks that you like or tracls which have a similar style to what you are aiming for.

 

Once you are in the studio the time will pass quickly, so it is important to have a very clear idea of your goals and to be realistic about what can be achieved during the session. If you are working with other musicians it is important that they are aware of the recording goals and also what is required of them, especially in terms of their familiarity with the song arrangements, the  instruments required and your recording schedule.”

More info and booking details on Studio 1 »

Studio 1 - Recording - Mill Hill Music Complex

Studio 1 – Recording – Mill Hill Music Complex

Studio 1

Room dimensions :

live room – 21′ x 18′
control room – 9’ x 14’
chill out room – 9’ X 10’

Recording equipment :

Apple macpro / logic 9
MOTU 24 I/O

Media transfer available from Fostex B16 tape & ADAT

Desk :

Soundtracks Megus 28 Channel

Effects :

A large selection of outboard equipment and valve pre processors including TLA, Alesis, Symetrix and much more

Free use of backline :

Pearl Master Series Drumkit
Marshall Amp
Trace Elliot bass amp

Next Steps

Price including Engineer

Mon – Fri

  • 3 hours or less – £40 p/h
  • 3-7 hours – £30 p/h
  • 8 Hour + – £20 p/h
  • 4hr off peak bundle (between 10am – 6pm) – £100
  • 8hr off peak bundle (10am – 6pm) – £160

Saturdays

  • 3 hours or less – £40 p/h
  • 3-7 hours – £30 p/h
  • 8hr bundle  – £200

Sundays

  • 3 hours or less – £40 p/h
  • 3-7 Hours – £30 p/h
  • 8hr bundle  – £240

Special Offers

4 Hours Live Recording with mix and free CD – £100 (Discounts are available for block bookings)

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Want to see how the studio looks and Sounds?

Here is the iconic David Cross (King Crimson) recording in our studio

This is Koven recording in the studio