Sounds like the perfect mix

The perfect mix? Daryl and Dean at the controls
The perfect mix? Daryl and Dean at the controls

Let’s hear it for Staffordshire’s newest recording studio:  Daryl Hallows from Barlaston and Dean Benton from Newstead have launched Phoenix Music Studio in Stafford with help from the Princes Trust Enterprise Scheme.

With seven years’ experience in the music industry between them, Daryl and Dean are dedicated to ensuring their customers get the best out of their recording sessions. Phoenix Music Studios offers industry-standard equipment, a wide range of audio services, clean and tidy rooms and friendly, professional staff.

The Studio caters for both bands and solo artists working in all music genres. Their customer base includes Our Fatal Legacy, Dave Myatt (from Media Message) and DJ Dazathon.  The studio has also produced compositions for the PC Game Iravelon: Shades of Resonance.

Rehearsal bookings at £6.50 per hour require a minimum 3-hour slot, which includes full back-line consisting of:

• 5-piece drum kit with cymbals and hardware

• 2 4×12 guitar cabinets

• 1 bass amp

• Basic PA system (amplifier and speakers)

• 3 X Microphone stands.

As well as rehearsals, Phoenix Music Studio also offers great deals on recording, mixing, mastering and new “Pre-Production” sessions including composition and tuition.

For more information please visit www.phoenixmusicstudio.moonfruit.com/home or phone: 07591 518462 or 07873 407538;

Alternatively book a studio visit to discuss your project in person at: Phoenix Music Studios, 40-42 Gaol Road, Stafford ST16 3AR