Building a Recording Studio

Building a Recording Studio

When building a recording studio, we always make sure that each individual recording studio design is tailored to the client’s every need. In many cases we will work with a timber frame as this saves time and money. Our recording studio builders have developed an effective method of de-coupling the inner structure from the outer walls enabling a minimum loss of space. We can offer white room plastered walls with a hanging acoustic panels system, or alternatively, apply fabric throughout using a track system. The latter is incredibly quick and looks stunning. We would then typically use solid wood flooring to avoid the “pingy” acoustic that laminate flooring often produces.

 

In addition to our recording studio furniture service, we can also supply our own range of bespoke doors and windows in order to create fully functional acoustic rooms which conform to a wide range of dB ratings. Much of the studio construction can be done off-site in our workshops.

 

When building a recording studio we always consider the need for any cabling to allow easy access for future expansion. Our cabling systems are usually run in the floor traps. All mechanical and electrical services are done within this framework to ensure neatness and efficiency. Fully qualified engineers always carry out the installations

Some of our latest builds

Alan Moulder needed his main monitors recalibrating, and the structure of his control room’s front wall needed rebuilding to achieve this. Miloco…

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Alan Moulder

Miloco Builds’ acoustician Nick Whitaker and Pete Hofmann oversaw Sonos Studio London, advising on the internal acoustic considerations. "We w…

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Sonos Studio London

Calvin Harris needed to float the floor of his control room and then supply and fit a dark oak floor. He also commissioned a bespoke workstation to…

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Calvin Harris

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