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Gareth is someone who makes you feel completely at home in the studio. He is probably one of the best Logic engineers in the country. I'm sure that you will love working with him and all the people at River Studios as much as I do!
I recorded many of the demos for my album with Gareth including my song, 'Without A Word', which was then used in the final produced track. It's a song that is very special to me as it is the first of my own work to be featured on the album.
It was wonderful having an ear in on your session, your expertise and talent was impressive. Hope to work with you again.
Rich Costey - Producer/Mixer for Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Artic Monkeys, Foo Fighters & many more.
I loved this sanctuary...I loved its vibe...maybe its because Gareth is so passionate for his work and the artist
Yazz - Dance Music Legend
BBC radio play for my last two singles - cheers Gareth!
I've brought in successful singers and writers that have worked in top studios and they always comment on how great the set up is
Mark Hill - Award Winning Producer
We have enough isolated live rooms for an 10 piece band to all play together, while every sound is recorded separately for maximum ‘tweakibility'. Keeping each sound separate by recording in this way also means that jumping back to overdub any mistakes is quick and easy. You are left with that same unique, live feel of your band playing together, but with everyone’s best performance.
Of course, if you are looking for a more complex production with lots of overdubs or to record each part separately that’s fine too. We have the knowledge, skills and equipment to satisfy your needs, with an enormous range of sounds from our virtual instruments, great gear to record your performances and top end facilities to edit, mix and master it. Check out the “Facilities/Gear list” page to see the geeky stuff.
We’ve worked with artists from a massively diverse range of genres and take pride in keeping it that way so that we can bring fresh perspective and ideas to everything we do here, rather than getting stuck in a rut.
Take a look at these links to see how we handle each aspect of a band: