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Now celebrating it’s twentieth birthday, Far Heath Recording Studios has just completed a total refurbishment. Located deep in the lush and peaceful Northamptonshire countryside; the studio has been rebuilt from the foundations up, increasing the size and quality of the rooms, and adding even more windows to make the most of the incredible views over Ravesthorpe lake. The new look Far Heath now benefits from plenty of natural light in every room providing an ideal creative environment to write and record in. To compliment the new environment, the studio has been equipped with state of the art interior and equipment. The control and live rooms have been designed by Whitemark Ltd. It’s heart now boasts a Solid State Logic AWS 9OO+ console running with Pro Tools HD3 with main monitors by Mat Dobson of Exigy Ltd. “The flexibility of the desk is fantastic and you get that beautiful SSL sound. “said owner Angus Wallace. “The main reason for the refurb was to get the monitoring spot on - the guys at Whitemark have done a fantastic job with this. We have also invested in the Aviom headphone system which has been a huge success.” says Angus. “Artists are really getting involved with them, making sure their personal cue mixes are perfect.” Over the years, Far Heath has played host to numerous bands such as The Prodigy, Spiritualized, Love and Rockets, The Fall and has played host to guitar legend Bill Nelson (Be-Bop Deluxe) and former This Mortal Coil Vocalist Louise Rutkowski. The studio has also been a regular fixture for labels such as Creation, Polydor, Beggars Banquet, and Fierce Panda.
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