In the summer of 1965, a new recording studio opened its doors in London's soon-to-be hip district of Chelsea. For a decade to come, this bijou ex-dairy would produce some of the finest British recordings of the era.
Drums, doors and damping... the Studio SOS Team get to grips with Teddy Pagano's London studio.
We take a distance-learning approach this month, to help US reader Jody Whitesides improve the sound of his home studio.
A dead live room, a live control room and faulty monitors... sounds like a job for the Studio SOS team!
SOS's crack studio squad tame unwanted reflections, track down strange noises coming from a Mac, and make some good-sounding drums sound even better!
Reader Stu Evans has a smart studio but a lacklustre drum sound. Can the team breathe life into it?
This month we tackle problems that were causing a bass-heavy mix and use coat-hangers to produce better vocal recordings!
Calderdale College in West Yorkshire gets the Studio SOS treatment, as we turn a concrete room into a working studio.
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