Recording Studio in London


 

A world class producer, state of the art equipment and relaxing surrounding to help you make the most of your recording? If this is what you are looking for from a recording studio in London then Fluke Productions can help.

Fluke makes the whole recording experience enjoyable and as easy as possible so that artists can produce their best work from Fluke’s intimate and well equipped studio in East London. They will give advice on arrangements and melodies to help artists develop their work, as well as being highly experienced on the technical side of recording.

Dozens of vocalists, rappers, bands and other recording artists have experienced what this small and friendly recording studio in London has to offer. It is in a convenient location at Dalston Junction so can be easily reached by tube but is also quiet enough to be relaxing for artists to record in. They even have outside space for their clients to use between recording sessions if required.

fluke1


Although the facilities and surroundings are second to none at our recording studio in London Fluke also has something no other studio can boast and that’s the Producer, Luke Henderson. Luke is a highly experienced and dedicated producer who is passionate about helping recording artists of all types achieve their potential. He has worked with many vocalists and Luke prides himself on getting the best from all of them, regardless of the level of their experience at recording. Luke can create backing tracks and beats for any melody and to suit any style, either covers or originals. Luke is an expert in many genres; he has produced beats for hip-hop artists and original compositions for film, TV and games. Luke can also help artists reach new audiences by helping them with remixes for radio, clubs or live performances to give musical versatility at a relatively low cost. Luke also enjoys coaching artists on their vocal techniques and helping them develop their lyric writing abilities.

Fluke Productions recording studio can help with the more practical side of music making as well. They have a wide range of musicians and recording artists on their books if backing is needed for a recording and they can convert recordings to any multimedia format in a fast, flexible and inexpensive way. The recording equipment is state of the art, as are the instruments available but Fluke is constantly updating and improving its gear and is more than happy to try and help source anything a bit unusual an artist may want to use for their recording.

With prices starting at just £170 a day for studio use, including the services of our producer, Luke Henderson, and an accessible location we at Fluke recording studios, London believe we are one of the best value recording studios available. Fluke believes that artists produce their best work in an enjoyable and relaxing environment and so are happy to provide that, with the added bonus of a world class producer and the best equipment.

 


Why Not Treat Someone with an Unusual Gift at a Recording Studio

flukeWhilst it is fair to say that home recording has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years there is still a lot to be said for using professional Recording Studios in London.

Without wishing to state the obvious a recording studio is after all purpose-built to produce recordings of a professional nature. Not only will they benefit from having a professional recording engineer on hand to work with them to bring out the best in their work they can rest assured that the studio will have the latest state of the art equipment available. This tends to be both better and more expensive than any that is bought for use in a home recording studio.

So why do some people choose not to use a studio to lay down their tracks? There are a number of different reasons why people prefer to record at home ranging from cost to purely that of personal preference.

Some people opt for a home recording set up as they can choose when they wish to record. They like to be able to do so at their own pace and prefer not to feel like they have the sound of a ticking clock in the background. It gives them the freedom of being able to do as many takes as they like without feeling under any time constraints.

Some people also feel that having a home studio provides them with a valuable learning experience and effectively enhances their understanding of the recording process as a whole.

There are however a clear number of disadvantages to setting up a home recording studio. Aside from the actual cost of purchasing and setting up all the equipment the majority of people are not able to afford state of the art technology that is comparable to that found in a professional studio. This can sometimes lead to issues such as poor acoustics. Lack of expertise is also another issue as those that make recordings at home require a lot of trial and effort to achieve what they are after often meaning that overall progress is slow.

Whilst there is a cost associated with using a proper studio the overall advantages do however make it very worthwhile. Some artists are under the impression that hiring a professional studio is unaffordable however once they have added up the cost of all the equipment they have had to purchase and how much time it has taken them to achieve their goal they are often surprised. Times have also changed over the past few years and people no longer need to go to a big studio and pay a lot of money. With lots of small Recording Studios in London now available finding one in their price range need not be that difficult.

By using Recording Studios London they will have experienced staff available to help get the best from their voice, create backing tracks and lay down beats. They will also benefit from a recording experience that is both smooth and simple.

Mix Things up in our London recording studio

microphoneHave you ever been tempted to hear your own songs but maybe with a different tempo or with a more intense bass line? Maybe you were not able to truly capture the atmosphere you were looking for? Maybe you want to put your own signature onto a favourite song?

Most London recording studios offer a remix service, though what sets Fluke Productions apart in the vast amount of experience our producers have in the remix genre. Our producer remixes for radio, clubs and live performance, promising you musical versatility at a surprisingly low cost.

There is no limit to what new grounds you can master when it comes to remixes, below is a list I’ve compiled my favourite remixes of the last couple of years. What made these particular remixes stand out for me was how they not only brought out new elements of old songs but how the artists have managed to complement the initial song.

Vampire Weekend – The Kids Don’t Stand A Chance (Chromeo Remix):

The lyrics have been sped up slightly and a more upbeat backing track for the most part gives this remix a completely different feel. However, there are select sections where the lyrics are given their original impact.

Fun. – We Are Young (Revolvr Remix):

I really enjoy the original but I think we can all agree that it was played way too much during the last year, so to hear a remix which takes the core of the original song and the updates it is a pleasant change. This is a perfect example of how to transform a song for a different audience.

The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition (RAC Mix):

This 2009 hit is a big favourite for remixes, but RAC’s remix is particularly effective of keeping to the original.

Fleetwood Mac – Dreams (Psychemagik Remix):

You don’t have to rule out older songs either, as a wave of recent remixes has shown us, songs from the 1950s have made an appearance in the charts. This remix is a perfect homage to the original and is calming and upbeat enough for any occasion.