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We live in a world full of activity.  It can seem like there is too little time and too little space.


The way we think and the way we approach producing music can have a profound effect on quality and the time it takes to deliver great results.


Understanding the flow of things and adapting in order to capitalise on the strengths of artists is fundamental.

Of course, to capture great music you need to understand the theory and 'rules' of recording.  But most of all, you need to listen well and understand what contributes to the sound. You need to know when you've got a unique and special performance rather than one that is just technically perfect.


My studio is set up primarily for recording acoustic based music and light rock. 

I'm not currently taking on any large recording projects as I am working on an album of my own material.

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