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blog category created 19 October 2019 written by Taka George

JBJ Studios

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I think JBJ studio deserves an award because I’ve worked in the industry a long time, in a variety of different studios across the world and I’ve yet to work in a place that has a feel and vibe like JBJ. Incredible equipment and super engineers are to be expected but the team at the studio always go that bit further to help clients. They also run a label out of the studio which has is really useful in helping underground artists get publishing and distribution. They have a lot of great mixers and producers working out of there. It’s a relatively new studio but very much feels like there is something exciting going on there. Lots of bands are choosing JBJ to work out of and I can see why.


I think we deserve to win the MPG Studio Of The Year award because we have a wonderful little studio which stacked to the brim in lovely expensive equipment, we’re attracting some big names and generally offering a truly affordable world class studio to people. We have a lot of important producers working out of our place (Chris Potter, Ed Buller, Tim Rowkins, Jamie Brown). We haven’t had any money lent and nor do we come from money. We started off a few years back with a very small Behringer mixer and protools on a laptop and through sheer hard work and investing everything back in to the business, we’re now a favourite amongst Miloco clients and we believe we’re one of the best studio’s in the UK. We’ve also been heavily involved in helping out local collages/students by letting them use our space and nurturing young talent. Its a creative hub that people seem to love working in and in today’s climate sustaining a successful recording studio business is not easy. Thanks a lot!


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