Miloco launches sister company

The company is launching with two luxury premises: El Cortijo in Andalucia, Spain; and Black Rock on the Greek island of Santorini. Both are already marketed by Miloco as residential recording retreats.
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Miloco Villas has been created to represent a growing portfolio of holiday lets, providing clients with a choice of exclusive villas around the world. The company is launching with two luxury premises: El Cortijo in Andalucia, Spain; and Black Rock on the Greek island of Santorini. Both are already marketed by Miloco as residential recording retreats, but the spectacular locations are also equipped to cater for holidays, conferences, photo and film shoots.

A new website has been created to accompany the new venture, and this can be accessed by clicking the first link below.

Meanwhile, in other news, Miloco has announced a discount offer on mix facility The Engine Room, based at Miloco HQ in SE1. From mid-June, the Neve VR60-equipped facility will be available for £400 per day, discounted from £600 per day.

The announcement follows a recent refurbishment that entailed the replacement of fabric and acoustic panels, and the renewal of furnishings and lighting.

Alongside the aforementioned Neve system, the studio also features equipment from Munro, Yamaha, Adam Audio, Dynaudio, Genelec, Bryston, SSL, Massenberg, Tubetech, EAR, Summit, Urei, Empirical Labs, Manley and EMI Chandler. Users also have access to a Moog 12 Stage Phaser, Marshall Time Modulator and an EMT plate reverb.

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UK: Dynamic studio management group Miloco has added another facility, The Motor Museum, to its roster, writes David Davies. Situated in Liverpool, The Motor Museum (pictured) has previously provided a venue for landmark recordings by Oasis, The La's, Arctic Monkeys and The Coral, and is now being run by Miloco in partnership with producer/engineers Mike Crossey and Jim Anderson.