Sublime Recording Studio: the centre of your creative universe.
Cozy, clean, spacious, and well equipped; large spacious rooms with several smaller spaces and a open control room, for recording a whole band in one take or a single artist who prefers working track-by-track. A unique approach to nurturing creativity and helping artists realise their potential in a, welcoming atmosphere.
Analogue Tape (multi-track and master 2-track), ProTools HD and UAD Apollo16s and Apollo 8, working with sessions in Logic, Reason, Ableton Live, StudioOne, as well as all other major DAW formats, with pretty much every plug-in made, including soft-synths. And from the DAW, we run into our 64-input TLA VTC all Neumann Valve console, monitoring via Focal Twin 6be, Yamaha NS10, Yamaha HS5, Tannoy 5.2, Avantone MixCubes; mixing in surround and Dolby Atmos as well. .
Steinway 1968 grand piano, Rhodes Mark I, a wide selection of analogue classic synths (Roland, Korg, Oberheim, Teenage Engineering, Moog, Arturia, Sequential Circuits, Kurzweil), guitars, basses, and a collection of amplifiers. Several classic custom-made mics with an enviable collection of mic preamps from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, as well as modern times.
Located in a Grade II listed hitorical building, Sublime offers one large, cozy live room and several smaller live spaces. Up to 96 channels can be recorded simultaneously, with up to 8 discreet headphone mixes.
Natural daylight floods each room, but the outside world can be completely blocked out if desired.
Charles Chicky Reeves
An American living in London for the past decade, with music tastes ranging from the latest in electronic and retrowave to rock and folk and orchestrated music.
Diverse clients include OMD, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Prince, Howard Jones, UB40, Grace Jones, Ghosts of Our Former Selves, OneTwo, Ray Charles, The History Of Apple Pie, Scoundrels, Jakil, Beans, Mike Ladd, The Resident Cards, The Snow, The Land Of Sometimes, Battery Operated Orchestra, RCA, CBS, Warner Chappell, Extreme Music, One Fifteen, etc.
For more information, see the Wikipedia article about him as well as the "Credits" page.