We know how important it is to find the right recording studio. We are a directory to help you find the right recording studio. You will find everything from a cheap recording studio London to local recording studios.
Our recording studio selection includes Strongroom Studios, Abbey Music Studios, Hermitage Works Studio, Dalston Rehearsal Studio and Big Baggy Bounce. If you know of music recording studio London which isn’t on KORUS (formerly Rehearsal Booker), let us know by visiting our support page and we will contact them for you.
What is a recording studio?
A recording studio is generally a building in which you record music. In general a recording studio will include a live room and a control room. Music is performed in the live room, and it is in the control room that the music engineer will record, mix and master your songs.
What is a music engineer?
A recording studio will usually be run by at least one music engineer. They manage the whole process of recording, from setting up microphones and their positioning to controlling how the different tracks of music are arranged.
Who uses a recording studio?
A recording studio can be used by musicians at any level, from amateurs to hobbyists to professionals. What is important is to find the right recording studio for you. They vary in budget due to their prestige, the equipment they have and the facilities available. They also vary in the styles of music that they have expertise in, so make sure you choose a recording studio that compliments your style.
How much should I pay for a recording studio?
Recording studios vary widely in price. But to give you a benchmark, in London you should expect to pay between £250 and £400 per day on average. This is the general price range for a good recording studio. Recording studios for established musicians can be significantly more expensive than this.
Where can I find a recording studio?
You can find a recording studio in all major cities in the UK. The easiest city to find a recording studio is in London. There are also many recording studios in the countryside. Musicians often find that escaping to the country is a good way free up your mind and get in the zone.
How do I find the right recording studio?
It is important that the recording studio is right for you. There is lots of information about each recording studio on KORUS. This includes the studio information, the styles they specialise in, the equipment they have, their pricing, their location and also links to songs they have recorded in the past. This will all help you find the right recording studio.
How do I book a recording studio?
Booking a recording studio starts with an enquiry over the phone or via email. You can email a recording studio directly on KORUS by using the enquiry form. This sends an enquiry directly to the studio, who aim to respond within 24 hours.
How does payment work at a recording studio?
Recording studio payment terms vary between studios. Many require a deposit to secure a booking. Information about recording studio payment terms can be found on KORUS on studio pages.
What equipment can I expect to find at a recording studio?
There is an endless amount of equipment that recording studios can choose from. They generally fit into the following buckets: console and monitoring, microphones, interface and conversion, processing plugins, preamps and instruments. You can see what equipment a recording studio has on KORUS.