Recording Studios for Hire in Edinburgh

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Top Recording Studios in Edinburgh

Searching for recording studios in Edinburgh, but not sure where to start? No worries, we know the city through and through! The city has a great variety of studios, from professional ones to private ones. It doesn't matter if you are looking for a spot to record with your band or solo; Edinburgh has various studios for you to pick from! Browse the list of professional recording studios in the city below, choose the one you like and book directly! It's never been easier!

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Recording Studios Hire Guide

Edinburgh is a vibrant city full of artists and musicians looking for a breakthrough. Whether you are a professional or someone looking to kick-off their dream career, hiring a recording studio is a great decision. The professional equipment and experienced staff can help you elevate your sound to completely different heights.

Recording Studios in Edinburgh FAQ

How much does it cost to rent a recording studio in Edinburgh?

The prices of recording studios in Edinburgh can vary from place to place, depending on the services included in the price. Overall, the standard cost goes from £20 to £25 per hour. Some studios charge per song instead, which can be around £100 per three-song demo.

Where in Edinburgh should I look for a recording studio?

Edinburgh is home to a range of recording studios that can be found around the city centre, the docks or in the residential area. If you'd like to stay in central Edinburgh, you should check out the recording studios in Old Town, Bonnington or Marchmont. There are various professional and hip studios in the Leith and Granton districts on the city's northern side. Sighthill and Slateford are two residential areas that are worth considering, as well as the area surrounding the Edinburgh Airport.

What equipment should a recording studio have?

When you're booking a recording studio, you should check that all the essential equipment is available on-site. This includes a room with isolated walls that will improve the sound's quality, along with professional microphones with pop filters and headphones. A recording studio should usually also have a DAW and a mixing board, and appropriate software for recording and editing the final product. Many studios offer the services of a sound engineer included in their price, which could also help you with elevating your performance to a higher level.

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