Assault & Battery 2 is based in the famous Battery complex in North-West London, and is owned by two of the UK's most reputed and influential producers, Flood and Alan Moulder. It is a huge privilege for Miloco to collaborate with Flood and Alan to represent this outstanding tracking room, now standing firm as one the best the industry has to offer.
Assault & Battery 2 provides a recording experience that is totally unique from its rivals. Not only does the sheer size and space of the studio make it stand out from most other London tracking rooms, but the design, layout, natural daylight and massive equipment spec settles its status as one of the most irresistible recording environments you could bring your project to.
Built on a vision to provide a light, airy and laid-back expanse for recording sessions, the studio is centred around a huge main live area that allows musicians to completely spread out. Arguably the centre-piece of the room is a stunning Grotrian Steinweg Concert Grand Piano which resided at Abbey Road for many years, and which has opened up the studio's mass appeal to classical and jazz musicans.
There are two additional large booths. The first is a bright room capable of producing a wide range of colourful drum sounds, and the second houses a phenomenal collection of vintage keyboards including a Roland System 700 and Moog Modular.
Assault & Battery 2 also provides a formidable array of guitars, amps and vintage pedals collected by Flood and Alan over the years and which feature on many of the definitive records they have produced and engineered.
The studio's re-launch in 2008 saw the installation of a refurbished Neve VR60 console. It lines up alongside an Intel 8-core Mac and monitoring system of Quested 412s driven by 4 Chevin a3000 amplifiers with BSS crossovers. An awesome range of vintage microphones, mic amps and outboard are on hand for clients to make the most of.