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Top Music Studio spaces

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Podcast Studio (White)
  • £55/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
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Recording Studio
  • £35/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
SuperHost
Podcast Studio
  • £50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
SuperHost
Recording studio & Video Production
  • £90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
SuperHost
Podcast Studio (Black)
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
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Podcast Studio (Green)
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
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Well Equipped Modern Sound Studio in Brighton
  • £75/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brighton
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Studio 1 - Recording Studio
  • £65/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Brighton
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Beautiful Music Studio
  • £80/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
SuperHost
Studio with High Quality Music Recording
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Responds within 1 hr
  • Armthorpe
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What people say about Music Studio on Giggster

Charlotte C.
$ 375
7 hours
10 people
2 years ago
We booked a filming day at Mavro Studios recently. They were absolutely brilliant. All of the responses were really fast and they were very helpful regarding our requests of how we wanted the studio to be set up. The location is great with underground parking and lots of shops and cafe's nearby for lunch. Julian, who helped us on the day, was really accommodating and made the day run smoothly. Thanks so much Mavro!
Alex H.
$ 70
2 hours
5 people
a month ago
First time using giggster and we had an amazing time filming in this unique studio, so much room for creative inspiration! The host was very very nice and accommodating, showing us how everything worked. I would 100% recommend this to anyone, thank you again Linda for letting us use your space!
Diako R.
$ 60
2 hours
5 people
4 months ago
This space looks even better in person! It was perfect & everything was super easy to use :)
Harry E.
$ 180
6 hours
5 people
4 months ago
Rented location in London for a music video shoot for an upcoming single. The location is as described and is easily accessible for loading and unloading equipment. If anything it looks like there is more space than what is in the photos! It is very clean, tidy and has a lot of props and additional items to be used with backdrops and setting up the scene. The host Linda is very helpful with any questions that was asked, showing bands and crew around and demonstrating how to use certain equipment, remotes as well as being accommodating with providing phone number to be contacted if any further questions. Would definitely recommend. was a great shoot in a great location with a great host!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Music Studio space cost to rent?
Music Studio space rates typically average $66 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Music Studio spaces?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Music Studio space, but average 11 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Music Studio spaces?
The average minimum booking time for Music Studio spaces is 1 hour.
What is the average square feet of a Music Studio space?
There's a great range of Music Studio spaces available, with an average size of 475 square feet.
What are the most popular Music Studio spaces on Giggster?
The top 3 Music Studio spaces right now are Podcast Studio (White), Recording Studio and Podcast Studio.

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About Music Studio Space

Are you looking for a tasteful fusion of art and technology for your upcoming event? Music studio spaces provide a soundscape full of innovative tunes, perfect for immersing guests and hosts in a creative environment. With their cutting-edge sound systems, these locations offer flawless acoustics, guaranteeing that every note is played precisely.

Mixing desks, sound-absorbing panels, recording booths, and a comfortable lounge area are all features of a well-appointed music studio that make the ideal setting for a variety of events, from small unplugged sessions to vibrant production workshops. Event coordinators are able to create a harmonious blend of interaction and amusement by utilizing state-of-the-art equipment.

A music studio venue can be used as both a lively social area and a place to have conversations and meet new people because of its creative atmosphere and ambient lighting. The perfect balance of polished amenities and cozy atmosphere will appeal to guests who enjoy harmony and rhythm, making any event seem just right.

The Best Events for Music Studio Spaces

  • Corporate Team Building
    Corporate team-building in a music studio reinvents workplace meetings. Group jam sessions allow even the most reserved accountants to play drums or keytar. Breakout groups can create their own anthems in the studio's soundproofed environment, a unique and unforgettable method to boost teamwork. Combining musical quizzes or "Name That Tune" challenges with catered lunches and comfortable lounging areas promotes enjoyment, competition, and teamwork.
  • Album Release Parties
    Artists celebrate the completion and start of an album with its release. Hosting an album release party in a studio where the creative process took place adds intimacy and authenticity. It could include live performances, studio tours, and stories about music inspirations. Guests could mix tracks or apply effects at interactive listening stations and enjoy themed decorations to immerse themselves in the album. An in-house bar with hit-named cocktails would keep spirits as high as the music.
  • Creative Workshops
    Workshops in music studios offer hands-on learning in a DIY culture. Beat-making sessions and songwriting seminars sometimes end with participants recording their own music. Workshop participants learned how to use synthesizers and mixing consoles under the guidance of expert musicians or producers. Cozy cafe-style setups where coffee and conversation flow freely among chords and choruses can enhance artistic creation.
  • Intimate Concerts
    Intimate music studio performances are an excellent opportunity for musicians and fans. Imagine an unplugged jazz session or session with mood lighting, rugs, and throw pillows for a 'at home' atmosphere. In a studio, acoustics are brilliant, and the experience is like that of a private show. Drinks and invite-only admission might make the event even more desirable for music fans looking for a memorable experience.

What to Look for in Music Studio Spaces

  • Acoustics and Size
    The most critical parameter is the acoustic quality of a studio, which goes hand-in-hand with its size. The room's dimensions should complement the type of music being produced, with enough space to prevent sound from becoming cramped or muddy. High ceilings are often desirable for their sound diffusion qualities. Additionally, look for studios with variable acoustic panels that can be adjusted according to the needs of the session.
  • Layout and Functionality
    A well-structured layout is crucial for ensuring a seamless workflow. This includes having enough space for all equipment, musicians, and engineers. Consider studios with isolated booths for vocals or instrumental recordings to allow for simultaneous multi-tracking without interference. Also, ensure there's a comfortable control room with line-of-sight to the performers for efficient communication.
  • Design and Style
    Never underestimate the influence of a studio’s design and style on the creative process. Choose a space that not only reflects professionalism but also inspires creativity. Whether it’s a sleek, modern look with the latest technology or a more vintage vibe with antique gear, the style should be conducive to the artist’s and producer’s artistic sensibilities.
  • Services and Amenities
    Lastly, the available services and amenities can make or break the studio experience. Inquire about the gear and instruments at hand, the experience of the resident engineers, and additional services such as mixing and mastering. Comfort amenities like lounges, kitchens, and maybe even accommodations can be significant for those long studio sessions that frequently span into the wee hours.

How to Make Music Studio Events Better

  • Set The Stage for Success
    First impressions matter. Curate an environment that wows as attendees walk in. This means meticulous attention to both the visual and sonic appeal of your space. Invest in professional lighting to set the mood and ensure your sound system is calibrated for the room's acoustics. A stage area that is both visually and sonically inviting will form an everlasting impression. Remember, you're not just setting up a space; you're setting the stage for memories.
  • Acoustic Alchemy
    Good sound is non-negotiable. Treat your studio's acoustics to reduce unwanted reverb and echo, ensuring crystal-clear sound quality. Consider investing in acoustic panels or diffusers that blend with your studio's aesthetics. It’s not just about dampening sound but enhancing it, letting every note and word articulate itself without competition.
  • Comfort is Key
    A comfortable audience is an engaged audience. Furnish your studio with seating that complements the space — its aesthetics, size, and function. Ensure there’s ample room to move, mingle, and enjoy the performances. From plush couches to ergonomic chairs, ergonomics will play a sweet symphony in your attendees' event experience.
  • Early Planning Echoes Success
    Every successful event begins with rigorous planning. Start by understanding the scope of the event, the technical requirements, and the performers’ needs well in advance. Efficient planning translates into flawless execution, allowing you to anticipate and mitigate potential hiccups. Your attendees might not see the intricate planning behind the scenes, but they’ll undoubtedly feel its rhythm throughout the event.
  • Budget Harmony
    Finally, orchestrate your finances with the same care as your music. Balance your budget to allocate resources wisely — it's not just about lavish spending but intelligent investing. Your funds should be dedicated to areas that elevate the attendee experience and enhance the performance quality. Like any suitable composition, your budgeting should hit the right notes, ensuring the money flows where it uplifts the event's essence the most.