State-of-the-art recording studio set to open at Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds

Recording studio manager Steve Long (right) and Hunter Club manager Nick Pooley in the studio.

Recording studio manager Steve Long (right) and Hunter Club manager Nick Pooley in the studio. - Credit: Archant

Final touches are being made to a state-of-the art recording studio in west Suffolk which is expected to be up and running by the end of this month.

Hunter Club hall

Hunter Club hall - Credit: Archant

The facility, at the Hunter Club in St Andrews Street South, Bury St Edmunds, has been created to enable young artists to record their work to the highest possible standard.

It will be suitable for recording all kinds of music, from orchestral and choral to folk or death metal.

The studio has been kitted-out with cutting edge equipment and has been designed by a world-class acoustic engineer.

Studio manager Steve Long, from Thurston, came up with the idea after speaking to Hunter Club manager Nick Pooley.


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As the venue was already used for live performances, developing a recording studio seemed like the logical next step.

Mr Long said: “The dream was to build a studio that is great, with the best equipment available, and price it at a rate that would enable young and up-coming bands to use it, and also cater to the top level of musician.”

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To find out more call Steve Long 07852 200128 or email record@hunterclub.org.uk

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