After 15 years of throwing parties in the UK and beyond, we’ve decided to spread our wings a little further with the opening of the Secretsundaze Studios. Based in the heart of the Secretsundaze HQ at The Laundry in London Fields, East London, it’s the home of our artistic community, our own personal studio and the perfect space to create, record and collaborate. If you’re looking to hone your craft, you can book tuition sessions with one of our immensely talented in-house tutors, and the studios are also open for general hire with one of our in-house sound engineers available upon request.
Making the studios an extension of what we do with Secretsundaze has allowed us a lot more freedom and creativity to work on different projects and to open up to our existing audience. We’ve also been able to hook up with some old friends and people we’ve worked with over the years, like Tony Nwachukwu who was a regular guest at our sister party ‘all over my face’, as well as George Levings aka Secretsundaze recording artist Endian and Commix and our good friend Sam Jones from SoundThread.
We’re looking forward to hosting more of our monthly Out The Box open studio sessions and continuing to welcome a range of artists to work with, including Henry Wu, K15, Harvey Sutherland, Damiano Von Erckert and Matias Aguayo. We’re also excited to be running various training and tuition programs alongside other regular studio projects.
Our studio provides a comprehensive production, recording and mixdown facility in a comfortable and creative environment. It’s the perfect space in which to make your music stand out, with different valve stages from outboard gear helping to give that analog edge to a digital project. The air-conditioned studio is available for hire with flexible hours, at affordable rates, across daytime, evening and night sessions, 7 days a week, with a sound engineer available upon request. We pride our selves on working with clients on an ongoing basis, to help evolve your sound, finish tracks and ready demos for label consideration. Contact us for rates and info.
We offer a range of training and tuition options for you to learn new and advanced production techniques, improve your skills and evolve your sound, all taught in a professional studio environment. Making use of both software and analog hardware, all of our course programs are taught by professional producers and engineers with years of experience. Catering for those from a beginner level to the advanced, and with small classes or private 1-2-1 tuition, we offer a training to suit a variety of needs.
Find out more about the training and tuition options we offer here.
Add those final elements of warmth, character and presence to your tracks and have your projects professionally mixed by one of our experienced engineers using the finest outboard analogue hardware and digital software. We provide the space for you to attend the session and work alongside one of our engineers to finalise your work and complete your mixes ready for label consideration. In addition to attended sessions, we also offer unattended mixing sessions at a discounted rate. Please get in touch for more details.
Tony is a renowned producer, music consultant and educator. He specialises in connecting the worlds of music production and learning. His project CDR is one such opportunity, grooming some of todays most forward thinking artists that include SBTRKT, Floating Points and Maya Jane Coles. He is also known as producer of Attica Blues and his learning concepts have been utilised by Red Bull, Ableton, Native Instruments and Apple.
George is an extremely talented producer, engineer and tutor, making stand-out techno as Endian and critically acclaimed D&B as Commix. Leving’s eclectic production style has seen Endian release on labels like Electric Minds, Nonplus and Secretsundaze. As Commix, Call To Mind holds the title of being the first artist album for historic label Metalheadz, and later saw remixes from Marcel Dettman, Burial and Underground Resistance.
Sam’s worked on productions with Corinne Bailey Rae, Soweto Kinch, Andreya Triana, Femi Kuti, Ifa Band, and for projects like African Express, BBC’s The Space and Rough Guide. Many of these led to licensing and releasing agreements for labels such as Strut and !K7. Beyond traditional label structures, Sam’s advised on DIY distribution channels and music media outlets online, including sync opportunities with key music supervisors through the BPI and UKTI.
Classically trained in composition at the Royal College of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music, Andrew Reynolds is an engineer, music tutor and award-winning producer. His work has featured at BBC Radio 6 Music Festival, Berlin Music Video Awards, Encounters Film & Animation Festival and Zealous X Film Festival. Andrew is soon to release under his own name on Mall Grab’s new label, Steel City Dance Discs.
Nathaniel Pearn AKA DrumTalk is a London based producer. His synth and percussion heavy take on club music takes in influences from Chicago, New York, London and Detroit, as well as sounds from West Africa and the Caribbean. He has released records on Huntleys & Palmers, Soundway, Crosstown Rebels and Moxie’s On Loop.
At Secretsundaze Studios we have created a space full of character, the studio is packed with vintage analog equipment as well as some of the latest instruments from the likes of Roland and Korg. Studer preamps in the desk, and various different valve stages from outboard gear help to give that all important analog edge to a digital project, using Apogee converters to capture and represent that presence and warmth in the mix. Adding to your creative juices and bringing that all important vibe to your tracks, we have a Fender Rhodes and a vintage Akai valve tape machine, plus a selection of synths old and new, with the whole set up running through our stunning Rogers BBC design LS5/8 and Meyer Sound HD1 monitors. Check out our full equipment list here.