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Messiah 5th June 2003 05:19 PM

Studios in Aarhus...
 
Does anyone know of any decent ones? Possibly with URL's?

TIA.

Schnert 5th June 2003 08:49 PM

Ummm, moving? New girlfriend? jkthtyrt

I found some, how decent is for you to judge....Århus ain't that big.

http://www.studieaa.dk/
http://www.airplay.dk/

and another one, without working url:

Soundpage Recording
Address: Viborgvej 773, DK-8471 Sabro
Tel: +45 86 94 94 88
Fax: +45 86 94 94 57
Web: www.soundpage.dk
Managing Director + Producer/Engineer: Kim Bækgaard
Style: Various/All
Facilities: Studio 1: 64-channel console with motorised faders, 32+24 tracks (D), Studio 2: 16 tracks (A). Big recording areas, best sounding drum room, a lot of MIDI and outboard gear, residential studio, lovely surroundings, close to Århus.

No matter what you may find, Denmark is nice in the summer time howdy

Messiah 5th June 2003 11:52 PM

Thanks for the info Schnert!

A tad nosy(!), but the reason for my enquiry is that I was over in Århus the weekend just gone, and there's a couple of bands I'd like to go and work with who are based there... so, logistically, it's cheaper for me to go to them, etc..
So, I'm just wanting to know of any good studios around that part of DK!

Thanks again.

Henrik 6th June 2003 10:42 AM

There is also Puk Studio , which should be less than an hours drive from Aarhus.

preben 6th June 2003 11:02 AM

There's also Feedback Studios which are in Aarhus itself. Furthermore I know of a somewhat smaller place called Mindless Studio, which is very much a one man band but could be good unless you want to track an entire band all at once.

jazzius 6th June 2003 11:15 AM

**** me, look at the cones on that!


that control room is enormous!

StuartMac 6th June 2003 11:27 PM

It's a wonderful studio, Jazzius, with some great engineers. Years ago when I was doing my band's debut album, our producer brought one of the engineers (and some of the gear I think) over to Scotland to work with us, and I learned so much from the guy!

barforama 8th June 2003 11:11 PM

There's also Lundgård Studios 1 hour south of Aarhus.

http://www.lundgaard-studios.dk

Two rooms. SSL 4048 E and Euphonics CS3000. And a extremely well sounding live area in studio 1 !jkthtyrt

preben 9th June 2003 09:24 AM

Lundgård is very nice and has very nice surroundings + has reasonable non-extravagant but still nice living quarters that are completely isolated from the studio. And it's true what Torsten says: the live room does sound very good. When I was there they had a very nice sounding grand piano in there as well - don't know if that's still there though. There's a good calm vibe about the place.

Peter Simonsen 9th June 2003 03:41 PM

Yep Lundgaard...is a very nice place..I was there during last X-mas..the service was 100% top..we were at the SSL in studie B..Studie A was installing the new console, but we used the tracking room in studio A...very nice sounding to my ears... very good mic collection..excelent outbourd gear..we used the radar converters directly into PT.

Have nothing but good things to say ´bout the studio...kfhkh

Kind regards

Peter