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Old 6th August 2008 , 01:42 PM
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Hey Peeps,

So what is your favourite studio? I know there a many thousands in the world.But which one would you most like to work in?

My favourite is Side 3 studios in the states. It has a 360 degree rotating Floor!

There are videos on the web site of Kanye West working there on the 360 floor and the link to the studio is listed below.

Side 3 Studios - Denver Recording Studio / Colorado Recording Studio
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Old 6th August 2008 , 01:43 PM
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Abbey Road, without a doubt!

Ocean Way might be fun too, but I'd take Abbey Road over all others.
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Old 6th August 2008 , 02:26 PM
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ive always wanted to goto real world studios..Home » Real World

its supposed to be amazing there.and some of my alltime favourite songs have been done there ..peter gabriels one of my heros a true genius and not afraid too try out new technology.
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+1 for RealWorld. Waxxy, in complete agreement with you about PG.

I would also have loved to have visited The Radiophonic Workshop at pretty much any stage of it's full working life. I particularly remember the impressive networked Yamaha O2R multi-station round studio console thingummyjig they did in the 90's, would have loved to have seen that in person.
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Toerag studios... ToeRagStudios
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Ye agree with you Dan Toe rag has a wikid vibe and atmosphere to it.
I love the fel of music and i can only be creative in a smooth atmospehere with loads of lights!
Chek out this studio as well

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Awesome vibes!

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The best I've had the pleasure to work in is without doubt Trevor Horn's Sarm West studio.
Check it here..SARM STUDIOS

The history of the place, the vibe and the rather wonderful gear..

Mind you, I do remember waiting for an engineer getting very frustrated eq'ing a kick drum for 3 hours.. the rest of us went for a curry, came back and I think I flattened the channel and started again..myself! Happy days lol

You can check out a great interview with Sarm's owner, the god-like Trevor Horn hosted by our friends over at recordproduction.com HERE
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Old 6th August 2008 , 04:30 PM
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wow your a lucky guy modz1 too have recorded there..were you in a band or solo?
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Remixing an American girl band for club floors Waxxy.. That was in the days record labels had, shall we say, generous budgets to hire such palaces, SSL engineers 'n gear...
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Mate thas wikid wish i was u! that wud of been class!

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they must have been a famous girl band for them too pay for remixes done at sarm. was it tatu?i know peter horn was working with them.
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i know peter horn was working with them.
Trevor??

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Nope.. they were called Exposé.. early 90's..Track was "Stop, Listen, Look and Think" (for US Arista I think - will have to dig out the vinyl)..

Exposé on Wikipedia
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jesus mate ive still got there album lol..there was another girl group i used to like too called seduction they did a top record caled heartbeat..it never did anything in the charts but it was one funky tune.

big respect to you modz1

i bet half of you wont remember expose heres some of there songs ..YouTube - Exposé - Let Me Be The One
YouTube - Exposé - Point Of No Return
YouTube - Expose- Seasons Change
YouTube - Exposé - I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me

whats funny is i used to have a breakin crew and we used to pop and lock to expose songs too ..damn modz im gonna get my nike hoody out ill meet you in front of the town hall tommorow for a break off ill bring the boombox you bring the lino lol
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yeah sorry peter is trevors brother lol
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