London Recording Studio
Welcome to Joules Productions London recording studio, which includes inspiring Top20 music producer, vocal specialist and mix engineer, Julian Chown.
The studio is specifically dedicated for music artists that want an inspiring place to flow creative ideas into amazing music for release.
Writing & Production
Work with a songwriting producer with 25+ years of major published hits
Get your personal production sound developed to ideally represent you as a top music artist
Your producer is also a reputable musician and linked with other major performers when needed
Mixing and Mastering
Have your producer perfect your song into a masterpiece with his mixing knowhow
Equipment & instruments
Instruments Over the years the studio has been built around Julian's rare collection of inspiring instruments that spark essential creativity for songwriting and music production. All instruments are ready to play within seconds during recording studio sessions.
Musical instruments include an original (1976) Fender Rhodes mk1 piano, (1972) Wurlitzer 200 piano, Steinway Sequential Prophet 6, Ensoniq SQ80, Moog Sub37, Vertegrand piano, (1991) Telecaster electric guitar, (1971) Gibson S1 electric guitar, Spanish nylon string guitar and an Axl 4 string bass.
We also use award-winning digital plugins, which are ideal for in-depth audio editing. See studio1's recording studio equipment list for full details.
**If you don't play an instrument or have no chords for song ideas, no problem. You will work with an award-winning writer and musician that can complete music to A-Class radio ready quality.
A vintage and modern recording studio
Microphones Studio owner, Julian Chown has had over 27 freelance years in some of the worlds finest recording studios. During this time he developed the love for industry-leading microphones, which sound amazing, making it necessary to source them for Joules Productions recording studio. These include modification improvements to the Neumann 1950s tube U47, U67, FET U47 and a 1950s tube AKG C12.
Hardware We use stipped channels from vintage Neve desks, world-renowned compression from Teletronics LA2A, a 1980s BBE Sonic Maximizer, MXR Digital Delay to name a few.
Digital award-winning tools that we use include Slate Digital, Fabfilter, Arturia, Waves, Celemony, Native Instruments and many others.
See our recording studio equipment list for further info.
Our established musicianship guarantees a fast flow of effortless creativity!
What makes Joules Productions London recording studio unique from others?
- 1. The studio has been around for over 20 years
- 2. Our studio history has resulted in chart success' and millions of online streams
- 3. Our inspiring range of vintage & modern recording equipment and instruments to guarantee a great sound
- 4. Our superb choice of tube microphones brings perfect vocal recordings. These are mainly seen in the worlds finest studios
- 5. You will work with an established record producer & mix engineer that is involved both creatively and technically
- 6. The studio equipment and instruments are ready for instant use, so there's no technical distraction during the creative process
Us and the creative family have worked with some of the greatest names in the music business.
These include Lana Del Ray, Amy Winehouse, Jamiroquai, Paloma Faith, Maor Levi, LCD Soundsystem, Phoebe Kildeer, Craig Walker, Power of Dreams, Archive, The Rolling Stones, The Brand New Heavies, Groove Armada, The Freestylers, Grace Jones, OMD, Moloko, Peewee Ellis, Johnny Cash, Stevie Wonder... and the list goes on.
Recording Studio methods
At the heart of Joules Productions London recording studio, owner Julian Chown is an established musician that is passionate about making ideas turn into radio-ready tracks. The creative process involves songwriting to a style intended, music production to blend songwriting ideas into a style and beyond. Detailed mixing and mastering are done to sensitively work the production into an arrangement that sounds incredible, to match current-trends to suit; if necessary.
*Of course, it is normal to follow guidelines of the current market trends, we like to experiment beyond