No Tube, No Heat …

The term Tube (also known as valve) is always associated with the different timbres associated with diverse musical genres that we at  TUBE RECORDING STUDIO love: jazz, blues, funk, rock… The “perception of warmth” that the valve sound transmits from an auditory point of view, is given by incandescent glasses that generate the timber and this is exactly what inspires  us at TUBE RECORDING STUDIO.

The studio was created inside a 200 square meters facility and it consists of five recording rooms, a control room, a relaxation room, an open space, 4 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms and 1 kitchen.

The heart of the control room is equipped with a legendary Solid State Logic SSL4000 model 4048E / G, 48 channels. The memorable British console is a standard of absolute quality and is among the most sought mixers by sound engineers around the world such as Bob Clearmountain (Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Toto, Bon Jovi), Chris Lord-Alge (Prince, James Brown, Tina Turner, Chaka Khan), Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Guns & Roses, Jeff Buckley, Sheryl Crow, Paul McCartney, Skunk Anansie). Artists such as Sting, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams, Blur, have equipped their studios with a console like the one at Tube Studio. SSL defines the 4000 model as the mixer that has contributed to the victory of more platinum albums of all consoles combined together!

The 5 recording room, which are over 130 square meters, is ideal for live recordings. They are equipped with a Yamaha C7 Grand Piano, “the most recorded piano in the World” (Yamaha). The studio has many solutions being equipped with outboards, microphones and instruments of the highest quality.