07540313100     info@artspacestudio.co.uk

Welcome to Artspace Studio

Artspace Studio is a recording studio located in Brixton, London. Consisting of several rooms, we offer a comfortable creative space, friendly service, and a combination of vintage and modern equipment.

The Octagon Room

The Octagon is a well-crafted space that’s ideal if you need a large, creative place to work.

State-Of-The-Art Studio

SSL Matrix SuperAnalogue mixing console ProTools HD2 32 inputs.

Anologue Room*Studio 65

Artspace Studio is now equipped for tape recording. Studio 65 offers a fully functional analogue system.  

BOUTIQUE RECORDING STUDIO LONDON

Artspace Studio is a recording studio located in Brixton, South West London. We are a digital and analogue recording facility that offers a comfortable and affordable space for producers and musicians. Our large live room, the Octagon, is a distinctive space ideal for laying down drums and group recordings. We have experienced in- house engineers available for recording, voice over recording, mixing and mastering sessions. If you require production or composition our network of talented musicians, songwriters, producers are on hand. Some artists who have used the space are Olivia Sebastianelli, Rise To Remain, Marmozets, Spider John Koerner, Jamie T, Mark Ronson, Katy B, Angel, Misha B, Kito & Reija, Zebra Katz and Martyn Ware (Human League).

Client Testimonials

Artspace Studio deliver exceptional post production results; I’ve been to them with various audio requests and issues, and they’ve never failed to deliver – even on tight budgets and even tighter deadlines. I’m happy to recommend to any company or individual looking for professional audio services.
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Liam CorriganCreative Director, RedPill

Working at Artspace Studio has always been a great pleasure – a calm environment, technically excellent, with the charming Olsi in charge of proceeding makes for a highly professional and inspiring experience. I unreservedly recommend the studio, especially as it’s such great value.

Martyn WareThe Human League