Recording Studios in Sheffield

Blog by Louise Dodgson under Recording & Production

Whether you're trying to get gigs or attract interest from labels, the importance of good quality recordings cannot be underestimated. You don't have to spend a small fortune either. We look at some of the best studios in Sheffield to get that demo done.

G2 Studios
Their standard rates are £200 per day and £500 for 3 days. However, they are occasionally able to offer less than this after discussing a particular project. You may only have £100 budget and want to record 2-3 tracks which is possible to be done live or in any downtime they may have. They also offer a free rehearsal/consultation beforehand for you to chat about the project with them. There are also practice rooms available to hire.

[email protected]
0114 279 5650

Bok Studios
Bok charge a standard daily rate of £150 per day. But they are able to offer a special demo package for recording 3 tracks, call for details. Previous clients include 65 Days Of Static, Reverend & The Makers, and Long Blondes. There are rehearsal rooms, plus an equipment hire service.

[email protected]
0114 279 5487

Yellow Arch Studios
Standard rates are from £7 per hour. Able to offer offer demo deals starting from as little as £100, as well as rehearsal space from £5 an hour. With an impressive list of previous clients including Reverend & The Makers, Klaxons and Goldfrapp, you'll certainly be in good company.

[email protected]
0114 273 0800

Even at what you may have considered to be expensive studios, in todays climate its possible to get demos recorded professionally at a very competitive price.

G2 Website
Bok MySpace
Yellow Arch Website


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