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Computer Warehouse on the move

Huge new studio and demo facility in Park Royal
Computer and audiovisual equipment retailers Computer Warehouse have doubled the size of their premises by moving into the former Cream Studios building, and have carried out £2 million of construction work. The new site in Royal Park, West London, was designed by Recording Architecture (who have also worked with Abbey Road, Lansdowne and EMI, among others) and houses Computer Warehouse, as well and CWPro and TSC (their professional divisions) in an 18,500 square-foot facility, complete with seven studios and a large liveroom. The studios will be available for both wet hire (with engineer) and dry hire (facilities only) via the Cream Recording and White Rooms brands, with each of the six White Rooms studios having its own vocal booth, making them ideal for ADR video work.

As if this wasn’t enough, Computer Warehouse are also building a large showroom facility and have secured dealership of Yamaha and Roland equipment, making CWPro a good choice for getting some hands-on time with new gear. The new facilities will also host the CWPro ‘deep dive sessions’, which are in-depth training seminars focusing on professional applications. There will be a series of events hosted over the next few weeks to celebrate the relocation; keep an eye on the Computer Warehouse web site for more details!

Computer Warehouse +44 (0)208 400 1234
www.computerwarehouse.co.uk
 

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