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Podcast Studio (Green)
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
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  • Responds within 1 hr
  • London
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Premium Recording Studio With Feature Stone Wall
  • £56/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
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  • Birmingham
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Brixton Recording Studios
  • £50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
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  • London
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Recording and Rehearsal studio in London, UK
  • £35/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
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  • London
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2D Doodle Inspired Creative Content Creation Suite
  • £35/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
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  • London
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Full Band Tracking and Video Shoot Studio
  • £105/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
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  • London
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Studio 1 - Recording Studio
  • £65/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
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  • Brighton
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Art, Vocal and Drum Booth an Old Library
  • £100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
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  • London
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Mobile music studio / podcast room / filming / videos / meetings
  • £90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
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  • London
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Beautiful Studio Space with Grand Piano
  • £50/hr
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  • Richmond
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What people say about Recording Studio on Giggster

Diako R.
$ 60
2 hours
5 people
a month ago
This space looks even better in person! It was perfect & everything was super easy to use :)
Harry E.
$ 180
6 hours
5 people
a month 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!
Charlotte C.
$ 375
7 hours
10 people
a year 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!

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How much does an average Recording Studio space cost to rent?
Recording Studio space rates typically average $58 per hour.
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Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Recording Studio space, but average 19 people per booking.
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The average minimum booking time for Recording Studio spaces is 2 hours.
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There's a great range of Recording Studio spaces available, with an average size of 678 square feet.
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About Recording Studios

Recording studios are like oases where creativity and technology coexist. Musical symphonies and soulful spoken words are created in these sound recording and mixing rooms. A recording studio echoes with musical performances that break boundaries.

The acoustics of recording studios are superb. They are carefully designed for sound capture. They offer music production, voice-overs, podcasts, and on-location recording services to artists using cutting-edge technology.

Each recording studio has a distinct vibe. Historic studios like Abbey Road Studios and United Recording have hosted many famous artists. Artists from around the world visit for their enchanted atmosphere and magic.

Recording hosts and planners value the studio's versatility, availability, and gear quality. A space that inspires creativity and meets technical needs is appreciated by clients. Every detail matters, from Threshold Recording Studios NYC's grand piano to Los Angeles Music Recording Studios' top-notch monitors and mics.

Recording studios are more than just spaces. Artists paint their auditory masterpieces on it, great music is born there, and sound's timeless power is shown.

The Best Recording Studio Spaces

Recording studios are pivotal spaces where artists, musicians, and creatives breathe life into their ideas. Different types of studio spaces cater to varying needs, providing a unique ambiance and set of resources that can enhance the recording experience. Below are four main types of recording spaces, discussing their features, advantages, and potential drawbacks.

  • Home Studios
    Home studios are an increasingly popular choice for many artists due to their convenience and cost-effectiveness. These studios are typically set up in a dedicated room within an artist's home, allowing for a comfortable and personalized environment. Home studios can be a great choice for solo artists or smaller groups and are ideal for those who prefer to work on their own schedule. However, they may lack the high-end equipment and acoustics found in professional studios.
  • Professional Recording Studios
    Professional recording studios are the traditional choice for music production. They offer state-of-the-art equipment and excellent acoustics and often come with experienced sound engineers. These spaces provide an environment that is totally focused on producing high-quality recordings. The downside is that they can be quite expensive, and booking time can be competitive.
  • Churches and Large Halls
    Churches and large halls are unconventional yet effective spaces for recording, particularly for larger bands or orchestras. These spaces offer unique acoustics that can add a distinct character to the recording. They also provide ample space for larger groups to perform together. However, these venues may come with logistical challenges, such as noise control and availability.
  • Outdoor Spaces
    An unusual and organic environment can be created for recordings in outdoor areas. These locations, which range from serene forests to busy cityscapes, can add a unique vibe to a recording that is impossible to capture in a conventional studio. Recording outside can be challenging due to unpredictable weather and background noise.

What to Look for in Recording Studio Spaces

Choosing a recording studio is an important decision that can significantly impact the quality of your final product. Here are some key considerations to keep in mind when selecting a recording studio space:

  • Size Matters
    The size of the recording studio space is crucial, as it directly affects the sound quality of your recordings. Larger spaces can accommodate more musicians and equipment, but they also require more acoustical treatment to prevent echo and reverb. Conversely, smaller spaces may provide a more intimate sound, but they can feel cramped with too many people or large instruments.
  • Layout and Design
    The layout and design of the studio significantly influence workflow and creativity. A well-designed studio will have separate areas for recording, mixing, and relaxation. The recording area should be isolated from external noise, while the mixing area should have a balanced and accurate sound. Having a comfortable and inspiring area designated for relaxation can greatly benefit musicians by allowing them to unwind and generate fresh ideas.
  • Services and Amenities
    When choosing a studio, consider the services and amenities it offers. Some studios offer engineers and producers who can contribute to your project, while others simply provide the space and equipment. Amenities such as Wi-Fi, kitchen facilities, and ample parking can make the recording process more comfortable and convenient.
  • Style and Vibe
    The style and vibe of the studio can inspire creativity and affect the mood of your recordings. Some musicians prefer a modern and high-tech environment, while others feel more at home in a rustic and vintage setting. Choose a studio that resonates with your artistic vision and makes you feel inspired and motivated.

Recording Studio Inspiration

The world of audio recording is as diverse and dynamic as the sounds it captures. Each location has a unique sonic signature that can define the character of a recording, whether in a traditional studio or an unconventional space.

  • Traditional Recording Studio
    This space, lined with soundproofing materials and filled with high-end equipment, provides a controlled environment ideal for precision. Here, an orchestra might capture their symphony's grandeur, or a podcast host could record crisp, clear dialogue.
  • Converted Industrial Loft
    The high ceilings and exposed brick of a repurposed loft can lend a warm, resonant quality to recordings. Imagine a jazz ensemble thriving in this space, their notes bouncing off the hard surfaces to create a live, energetic feel.
  • Cozy Home Studio
    The intimacy of a home studio can bring out the personal side of a recording. Picture an indie artist pouring their heart into a late-night acoustic session, the familiar surroundings fostering a sense of comfort and authenticity.
  • Outdoor Natural Setting
    An open-air recording in a forest or by the beach can infuse the sounds of nature into the recording. Envision a meditation guide recording soothing nature sounds, rustling leaves, or gentle waves adding an organic touch.
  • Historic Venue
    An opulent and nostalgic atmosphere can be added by using a concert hall or an old-fashioned theater steeped in history. With the history of the building resonating in their music, picture a classical quartet playing in such a space.