In the coming weeks my family and I are moving house. Stressful enough on its own, but my studio comes with my house, so I’ve got to deal with that too! I’ve now dismantled my lovely studio in Bedfield and am in the process of creating a new temporary facility in Earl Soham. I’ll be using this for the next few months while we move house, and then I’ll be creating a brand new, purpose-built, fully-accessible studio in the grounds of the next Booth home.
The Earl Soham studio will have a dedicated vocal recording area, but I also have access to the atmospheric Old School Room in Winston, which is much bigger and I’ll do a lot of the recording there in the coming months with my high-quality mobile kit. The School Room is wheelchair-accessible.
Any questions, do get in touch.
And now, back to the usual stuff…
I’m David Booth – The Recording Booth – music producer, multi-instrumentalist, sound engineer and singer-songwriter, based near Framlingham in rural Suffolk, UK.
I cover pretty much all the things you’d expect of a small, high quality recording studio but specialise in working with singer-songwriters, often working with clients from early song ideas right through to release. In recent years I’ve enjoyed delving into online collaboration & remote mixing (which kept me busy during the COVID-19 Lockdown). I also often find myself in a mentoring role, helping to guide less experienced artists and producers further along their chosen music journey.
Whether you are an established artist ready to record your latest album or an up & coming act looking for support in developing your unique sound, The Recording Booth has everything you need.
Check out the Testimonials page to get an idea of what it *feels* like to work with me.
And here’s a chat I had recently with Rok from Ollo Audio about how I got into music and some of my current thoughts & working methods:
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