Recording

Our recording studio features the usual two-room layout – the live room, where the music happens, and the control room, where the mixing and capturing happens. Whether you are a voiceover artist, a singer-songwriter, a five-piece band or anything in between, we have everything you need to capture your unique sound.
We also capture multi-tracks of live performances at venues throughout the South of England.

What We Do

about the Studio

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When you arrive at the studio, the first room you will enter is the control room (12.8sqm), which doubles up as a waiting room, complete with sofa, refreshments and free WIFI. Through the door is the acoustically treated live room (11.3sqm). A large acoustic window separates the two rooms.
  • Studiocraft LX7ii 32 Channel Analogue Desk
  • Lexicon MX200 Multi-effects processor
  • Behringer Multicom Pro-XL 4 channel compressor
  • Behringer FBQ3102 Equaliser
  • Focusrite Scarlett
  • Rackmount PC with Prosonus Studio One 4
  • 24-channel XLR snake (leads to Live Room)
  • Shure SM58s & Sennheiser E845 Dynamic Mics
  • Shure SM57 Instrument Mics
  • Shure PG42 Condenser Mic
  • AKG Drum Mics
  • Fender Twin Reverb + effects pedals
  • Shure SRH440 Headphones
  • TOA Speakers
  • DI boxes and plenty of cables
  • Mic and Music Stands
  • Yamaha CP4 Digital Piano
  • Roland TD25K V-Drums or
  • Mapex Mars Rock Fushion Drum kit
  • Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano
  • Roland TD25K V-Drum Kit
  • Mapex Mars Rock Fusion Drum Kit
  • 1961 American Fender Stratocaster
  • Ibanez GRS200 Bass
  • Yamaha CPX-700 II Acoustic Guitar
Much of our audio set up is portable, allowing us to mic up and record live bands (including full drum kit). We can capture up to 16-channels in separate tracks, allowing precise mixing after the event. We can also do the mixing for you, if preferred.

Our Rates

Our recording rates including the hire of all equipment and having a technician working with you throughout your session. The day rate is for 12-hours. The price for recording live on location includes travel time, but not expenses.

Per Hour

£20

Per Day

£200

Live Per Hour

£18

Editing per Hour

£16

Meet the Team

Phin Hall

Phin set up HMS in 1994, focusing on tuition, composition and recording. He heads up the tuition side of the studio, and is often to be found on the live side of the glass and gigging with local bands.

David Hall

David joined HMS following completion of his BTEC in media. He has worked as a sound engineer and audio editor since 2013. He heads up the recording and rehearsal side of the studio, and runs the desk for most sessions.

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