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Edinburgh Recording Studio


MARK MORROW is a recording engineer and music producer based in Edinburgh, Scotland. With over twelve years professional experience, Mark has recorded and produced thousands of songs for bands all over the UK (and Europe). Although primarily focussing on rock and pop music production, Mark has also been involved in a number of TV advertisements (Channel 4 and STV) writing and producing music.


Mark's work is regularly featured on BBC Radio One, BBC Radio Two, BBC Scotland, BBC6 Music, Kerrang, Rock Sound and many more. Mark has a vast range of current clients from all over the UK in a range of different genres.


Clients include: The Winter Tradition, folda, Vistas, Retro Video Club, wrest, swim school, The Youth and Young, Rebel Westerns, The Eves, Mt. Doubt, Indigo Velvet, Bronston, Lost in Vancouver, E M I L I E and many more... (see full client list)


Edinburgh Recording Studio







Mark's spacious, warm and superb sounding control room is based around a ProTools 2021 Mac Pro system with a Metric Halo 2882 interface and additional inputs from SSL, API and CLM pre amps. Monitoring through PMC twotwo's, Yamaha NS10's, Tannoy System 800's and Yamaha HS50m's. The outbord rack is ever growing with some DBX compressors, TC Electronics effects, Roland Space Echo, Joe Meek EQ/compressors, vast array of effects pedals from TC Electronics, Boss, Watkins, Radial.


The control room is also home to some of Mark's guitar amps, incuding a Kemper Profiling Amp, Marshall SL100, Blackstar Series One 50, Marshall DSL100, Marshall 1974X, Fender Supersonic, Fender Deluxe, Fender Princeton, Selmer Treble n Bass, Engl, Vox AC15, Vox AC4, Orange Tiny Terror, Orange AD30, Ampeg SVT.


There is also a wide range of guitars, including a Fender American Standard Telecaster, Fender American Special Strat, Fender HH Telecaster, Fender Jazzmaster, Fender Jaguar, Fender American Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster Baritone, Fender P Bass Special, Gibson Les Paul Custom, Gibson Les Paul Studio, Gibson Melody Maker, Epiphone ES339, Martin D15.



The live room is great to get a big and punchy drum sound. There is a choice of drum kits to cater towards different sounds including a Pearl Masters and older PDP drum kit, Mapex Black Panther Steel snare drum, lots of percussion (shakers, tambourines, wood blocks etc). .


There is also a lovely sounding upright piano, organ, harmonium, and a selection of vintage synths from Moog..


Microphones from Nuemann, Shure, Sennheiser, Cascade, Brauner, AKG, SE Electronics and much more. The acoustics of the live room can be changed by the addition of more acoustic panels. This is great for capturing an intimate acoustic guitar performance. Alternatively, the room can also be altered to allow more reverb, which can be great for group vocals and big roomy drums. 






There are two isolation booths in the studio. The first isolation booth is primarily used for recording guitar cabinets and combo amps. It's a very dry sounding room with very little reverb. The second booth is primarily used for vocals and quieter instruments, it's reverb time is even smaller which makes it great for capturing intimate performances.


There are guitar cabinets from Marshall, Orange, Fender, Selmer, Ampeg and Vox.









Studio B is Mark's second, smaller studio space. Sessions here are run by an assistant and then passed over to Mark for editing, mixing and mastering. Studio B boasts a comfortable and cosy environment and some hand picked staple equipment pieces mirroring Studio A. There is a vintage Ludwig drum kit, Kemper Profiling Amp, Fender Telecaster, Fender P Bass, Martin acoustic guitar. Instruments can also be brought over from Studio A.


More equipment from: Focusrite converters, Yamahah monitoring, Shure, AKG and Sennheiser mics.






The Winter Tradition, folda, OAKLND, Luna the Professor, False Friends, Offline, The Eves, Kleopatra, Kendama, Bad Sex, Glass Monkey, Terra Nova, DMS, Lion on Tiger, Gerry Jablonski, Go To Girl, PYRO, SPYYN, Dootchi, K O N N E R, Stay for Tomorrow, The 101, Static Satellites, The Phantom Project, Gordon James and The Power, Primes, Hugh Kelly, Scott McWatt, Last Light, Waxwork Monologue, Dictator, The Shoals, The Vaunts, Forrest Fires, Cameo Habitat, Forrest Can't Run, Atlas, Zoax, Copper Lungs, The Youth and Young, A Sudden Burst of Colour, Rebel Westerns, Retro Video Club, Mt. Doubt, Vistas, Cold Years, Noah Noah, Hold The Suspect, David James Ritchie, Acrylic, The Rahs, Last Minute Glory, Cara Mitchell, Jack Stark, Jack Rowberry, E M I L I E, Geminii, Rachel Jonhson, Moscow, Huxtable, CEASAR, Bottle Note, The Moon Kids, Stop The Rain, WREST, Gentlemen Jackals, The Colony, Alex Maxwell, Junebug, Sleepless Giants, The Angles, Goon and The King, Matthew Hannah, DR, The Nickajack Men, Dylan Rush, House of Hatchets, Solitude, Northern, Hold Up There's Hope, Favourite Customer, Ill Fitting Thoughts, Amy Shiels, Godhole, Exit The Theatre, Ferric, The Naked Feedback, Artie Ziff, Jamie and Shoony, The Phantoms, Bronston, Indigo Velvet, Indigo Sixteen, Failed at Sea, The Northern, Benny Monteux, Neon Knights, Maybe We're Dead Already, Dalriata, Car Crash Hearts, Ali Robertson, GoodCopGreatCop, Sophie Burt, The Rich, Whitehill Grove, Campbell's Wild, Return to the Sun, Hunter / Hope, The Number 9s, Stella Reilly, New Year Memorial, Silver Coasts, The Indos, Wasted Youth, Donnie Willow, Emilio Largo, Academy Strangers, Gathering Lights, BoyGirlAnimalColour, SeaOfCrowns, Six Storeys High... and many more.



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