The Marshall Studio

what we offer

From recording the perfect track to producing the next Hollywood score, the Marshall studio can do it all.

Up-to-the-minute digital equipment is combined with the vintage mood of the Neve 8048 desk to create a setup that can be tailored for anything you throw at it. Add in years’ worth of historic Marshall equipment and the possibilities are endless.

But the equipment is just the start. 60 years of experience at the cutting edge of music means we know that a studio has to offer more. Which is why great care has been taken to create a space that has bags of personality and makes you feel comfortable. The Marshall Studio has been designed for both the needs of players and producers.

"I had a great time doing the first session at Marshall Studios, The desk sounds fantastic and I look forward to working there again. It was also handy to have some great Marshall amps at our disposal too!" 

- Romesh Dodangoda, Producer/ Mixing Engineer

The large versatile live room features a stage, multiple set-up locations and has additional screens and a demountable booth for vocals and amps. The well proportion control room is designed for comfort as well as laid out to maximise efficiency between the producer, assistant, and engineer. 

Due to the size of the studio, it can also cater for outside broadcasts, meaning any live shows that take place in the venue can be recorded through the Neve and relived over and over again. 

Adam Beer

Being raised in a rock n roll household, Adam spent his youth drumming in bands and has always had a passion for music. Adam attended University and gained a degree in Popular Music and Record Production.

Adam’s first career in the industry was running a recording studio and a venue in St Albans. Alongside this Adam also developed and taught courses in studio production. He then became a live sound engineer and event manager, who ran everything from corporate gigs in Park Lane through to national festivals.