London Writing Studios

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The writing studios among the facilities in Miloco's directory include Agogo in Holborn, The Art Studio in Hampstead, The Bridge and The Bunker in Bermondsey, The Cabin in Kings Cross and The Church Studio 3 in Crouch End. Kensaltown Studio A, Sleeper Sounds and Toast are in Ladbroke Grove, Lion Aboard is in Harringey, Livingston Studio 2 is in Wood Green and Studio Mute is in Hammersmith.

The Bridge, Bermondsey, London, England

Recording Studio, Mixing Studio, Programming Room

The Cabin, Kings Cross, London, England

Recording Studio, Programming Room, Writing Studio

Greystoke Studio, West London

Programming Room, Writing Studio

Livingston Studio 2, Wood Green, London, England

Recording Studio, Writing Studio

No.1 Baltic Place, Dalston, London, England

Recording Studio, Mixing Studio, SSL Studio, Programming Room, Writing Studio

The Red Room London, Bermondsey, London

Recording Studio, Mixing Studio, SSL Studio

Rooftop, Shoreditch, London

Recording Studio, Programming Room, Writing Studio

Sleeper Sounds, Ladbroke Grove, London, England

Recording Studio, Mixing Studio, Writing Studio

Studio Mute, Hammersmith, West London

Programming Room, Writing Studio
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Agogo is a comfortable programming/production room in Holborn that is perfect for a variety of projects including songwriting, production, track-laying and programming.

The Art Studio, originally a Hampstead artists' studio, was converted and designed by Nick Whitaker (Abbey Road Studios, British Grove Studios) for musician/composer David Bradnum.

Set up by producer/engineer Brett Shaw next to Peckham's exciting Bussey Building, 123 Studios is one of the premier south-east London writing studios. The studio is centred around a main communal lounge that creates an inspiring creative space for a musical community in south-east London. There is a large, flexible live/recording room and a control room with natural light and near-perfect monitoring available.

Studio 1 is the largest suite at Ravenscourt, with a 15ft 3in x 14ft 9in control room and 18ft 8in x 15ft 5in live room. Both rooms have recently been completely refurbished and are available for recording sessions including live band tracking, small string sections and overdubs. Studio 1 has a brand new Audient ASP4816 analogue console as its centrepiece, and includes a 24 I/O Pro Tools HD Native rig and PMC and Yamaha NS10 monitors. Backline (available upon request) includes a Mapex Saturn drum kit, Fender Deluxe Precision Bass, Music Man Ernie Ball StingRay Bass, Yamaha Pacifica electric guitar, Tanglewood acoustic guitar and an M-Audio 88-key fully-weighted stage piano. Studio 3 is set up for music production as well as sound to picture, and has enough space for six or seven people. It is fitted with a Universal Audio Apollo QUAD interface (which makes the room ideal for producers/writers who would prefer to work off their own laptop), Quested and Yamaha monitoring, a Universal Audio 6176 preamp/channel strip and various instruments. The control room is 15ft 8in x 10ft 6in, with a 14ft 6in x 8ft 6in booth. Studio 3 also has a private lounge with tv.

With a digital head and an analogue heart, Studio Mute has combined classic equipment dating back to the early days of Mute with a bespoke digital workflow to provide a unique studio experience in production.

If you have any questions about any of these studios or would like to make a booking enquiry please call our bookings team on +44 (0) 207 232 0008 or fill out the booking form below.

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