There is a new recording studio in the heart of Tunbridge Wells, in the same building as the legendary and iconic Forum music venue.
The Forum opened as a new music venue in January 1993 in a building on Tunbridge Wells Common which had been built as a public cold bath and was subsequently a public toilet. It has since hosted 100s of acts who have gone on to achieve significant commercial success, among them Oasis, Adele, Green Day, Ellie Goulding, Slaves and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man.
The Forum Recording Studios has access to the various rooms around the venue, allowing to record a variety of sounds, ranging from wooden rooms, dead rooms and the venue hall.
The new studio provides services to record in any way you wish, whether that be live tracking, isolated live tracking, or overdubbing. Erik Miles and Don Bird offer high quality mixing and mastering at the studio. Recording can be completed onsite. Or if you have externally recorded tracks, they can provide multi-track mixing and stereo mastering.
Contact them for more information on 07885 808191 or visit the recently launched new website – forumrecordingstudios.co.uk.