Having begun life as a private recording facility, Gospel Oak is now open as a commercial one. Whilst still maintaining the ethos that to make great music, you need great surroundings – the world class studio has a combination of state-of-the-art facilities, comfortable work and lounge areas, a relaxing setting surrounded by beautiful Warwickshire countryside and knowledgable, capable staff who can work with artists at any level of expertise.
A place without distractions, yet accessible – the detached 2 story granery barn is a place where development is encouraged and prices aren’t prohibitive; quality is never sacrificed and clients are treated with respect.
The studio is based around an SSL console and Prism AD/DA converters with a selection of world class outboard, mics and backline. Click here to view full equipment list.
Only a few minutes from the M40/M42 intersection near Birmingham and 20 mins from Solihull means clients have easy access from major routes.
Our Control Room has been equipped with world-class, high-tec equipment and designed by experts to create the perfect set up for our engineers to deliver results every time.
The Drum Room at Gospel Oak offers the ideal environment to capture the tight, punchy sounds needed to drive your track forward.
Gospel Oak’s Live Room is fully isolated from any outside audio and offers the perfect acoustics to get the highest quality recording from an artist/band.
Voice over room
Our Voice Over room is acoustically ‘dead’ and boasts a huge range of top quality mics, so that our artists can get the tightest sounding vocals possible.
The studio offers a fully equipped kitchen suitable for preparing anything from snacks to three course meals! We also have a toilet, bathroom and shower room available for clients to freshen up. The high ceilinged spacious control room offers a relaxing environment for the band to work and chill out in with comfortable sofas and WIFI throughout the building.
Our converted 2 story Warwickshire granery barn has open beams, countryside as far as the eye can see and even some chickens (!) on site.