Warner/Chappell Music opens first recording studio in London

The publishing arm of the Warner Music Group, Warner/Chappell has opened a new recording studio complex in England's capital called The Chappell.
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Warner/Chappell Music has opened The Chappell, its first studio available for business in London, PSNEurope's sister title Audio Media International has reported

It is accessible without a fee for songwriters and producers already signed to the company, as well as fellow employees. The studios use Apple’s hardware and software, Genelec speakers, as well as UAD Apollo 8 Quad Thunderbolt audio interface.

MD of Warner/Chappell Music UK, Mike Smith said: “Having songwriters and artists being creative in the office every day brings us much closer to what we are about as a business. We now have the best recording facilities of any music publisher in London and in addition to individual recording sessions, we are staging songwriting camps for artists and labels in our building.”

This is Warner/Chappell Music’ fifth studio opening. The company already has studios residing in Los Angeles, Nashville, New York and Stockholm. 



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