Our Paul Hamlyn Roundhouse Studios have a range of brilliant facilities including media production suites, band rehearsal rooms, media labs, the EMI recording studio and the Bloomberg TV Studio.

Become an Emerging Artist Member for just £20 a year, and get access to all the amazing facilities below for as little as £1 an hour.

Media Production Suites

Kitted out with top-of-the-range equipment and professional standard software including:

  • Apple iMac (27 inch, 3.2Ghz Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM)
  • M-Audio Ozonic Keyboard
  • Yamaha HS50M Monitors
  • 2-Channel Interface (either Presonus Audiobox 22VSL or Focusrite Scarlett 2i4)
  • Adobe Prodcution Suite CS6
  • Logic Pro X
  • Ableton Live 9 Suite
  • Pro Tools 11

Band Rehearsal Rooms

Need somewhere to rehearse? We can help.

For just £1 an hour, Emerging Artist Members can rehearse at the Roundhouse, and we’ll even lend you the equipment and instruments – like amps, mics, drums etc – all at no extra cost.

Remember practice makes perfect, so start rehearsing today.

Media Labs

With over twenty Apple iMac workstations in the media labs for you to use, and each has an extensive range of creative software:

  • Apple iMac (27 inch, 3.2Ghz Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM)
  • Novation Remote 25SL MIDI Controller
  • Adobe Prodcution Suite CS6
  • Logic Pro X
  • Ableton Live 9 Suite
  • Pro Tools 11
  • Microsoft Office

Recording Studio

The Roundhouse has its very own recording studio, which means great music can be created, as well as performed, here.

The EMI Studio has high-quality recording equipment, donated by EMI from the famous Abbey Road Studios.

If you’re ready to record, we can provide you with an engineer who’ll support you and record your music to a professional standard.

Bloomberg TV Studio

Yep – we’ve even got our own television studio, the Bloomberg.

It has a large studio floor; a control room with vision mixer, control units and lighting control panel; and a separate sound dubbing room.

It’s where we record events and gigs in the Main Space and then stream them live on the internet, and it’s where you can record your own TV programmes too.

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