Studio Recording

We provide a multi-use sound treated audio/video recording studio in North Cambridge with free parking, designed for two camera interviews, virtual production, virtual events, 2-3 cameras setup, two-person video podcast, voice overs, music instrument recording.

Main advantages of using our studio include:

  • Rapid recording and delivery: you come over, we record for you, and we provide you with the files right away.
  • Competitive price: we offer the cheapest AV studio recording solution in the UK. We will match any quotation from our competitors.
  • Sound treated room: our custom sound treated space offers superior audio quality compared to a normal room or office space.

The list of our audio/video gear installed in our recording studio can be viewed here. The videos shown in this page illustrate our studio setup and were recorded in our studios.

A sound treated studio is a space that has been specifically designed and constructed to minimize the effects of outside noise and unpleasant internal sound reverb.

Key benefits of using a sound treated studio is that it allows for greater control over the audio recording environment. This can help to eliminate background noise and other distractions, allowing the sound engineer to focus on capturing the desired audio. This can be particularly important for recording dialogue or other types of audio that require clear, intelligible sound.

Another important benefit of our sound treated studio is that it is equipped with professional audio recording equipment designed to capture high-quality audio. By using professional equipment in a sound treated studio, our producers can create audio recordings that are of the highest quality.

Sound treating a room involves the use of special materials and techniques to minimize the effects of reverb and other acoustic issues. Reverb is a type of echo that occurs when sound waves bounce off the walls, ceiling, and other surfaces in a room. This can create a muffled or distorted sound, which deteriorates the quality of speech or other audio recordings.

When we sound treated our studio, our first step was to assess the acoustic characteristics of the space. This involved measuring the size and shape of the room, as well as the type and placement of any furniture or other objects, and then running specialised software to provide the best estimate in terms of where to place our acoustic panels.

One common technique for sound treating a room is the use of acoustic panels. These panels are made of special materials that absorb sound waves, reducing the amount of reverb and other echo in the space. The panels can be placed on walls and ceilings, or used as freestanding dividers, to create a more controlled and consistent acoustic environment.

In addition to acoustic panels, other techniques for sound treating a room may include the use of bass traps, diffusers, and other specialized materials. These tools can be used to address specific acoustic issues, such as standing waves or flutter echo, and help to create a more balanced and natural sound in the space.

Our 2.5 x 3m studio is equipped with sound clouds covering the entire ceiling, some of the walls, and is fully wrapped with thermal curtains. We manufactured the sound clouds ourselves with thick solid rockwool panels.

Overall, the use of a sound treated studio is essential for creating high-quality audio recordings. Sound treating a room can greatly improve the sound quality during recording. By reducing the effects of reverb and other acoustic issues, producers are able to capture high-quality audio that is clear and intelligible, without any distracting echo or other noise.