Bradford Abbas, Dorset, 26th March, 2019 — Mill Farm Music Studio today announced the opening for business of their brand new top of the range recording studio. Built on the site of Mill Farm in Bradford Abbas and run by established music producer, Tom Jobling, the studio provides a state-of-the-art setting for musical creativity to shine amidst the beautiful West Dorset scenery that the farm affords.
“A top of the range studio ran by people with a true passion for music. The best equipment selection and an incredible environment, all inspiring the best results” – Geoff Coward (Lead Singer, Sorry About Shaun)
Owned by Mark O’Reilly, Mill Farm Music’s studio has been designed in a way to keep creativity at a maximum and set up time to a minimum, to create a seamless recording environment for bands and soloists alike. Built with a well-equipped live room and separate vocal booth, there is ample space for full bands and vocalists to set up and play.
Clients will have access to a wide selection of the best recording equipment available, including a Slate Digital Raven MTi production console, Neve & SSL preamps, Drawmer channel strips, as well as a huge selection of guitar amps and over 30 acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, ukuleles. Mill Farm Music Studio provides musicians access to stunning array of recording equipment in a warm, friendly, and characterful atmosphere.
Further information on Mill Farm Music Studio can be found on the recently launched website www.millfarmdorset.com/music. Mill Farm provides luxury accommodation in rural Dorset and has worked hard to form a creative hub in its converted Dutch barn complex. This includes Mill Farm Music Studio and accompanying venue space, as well as an art workshop.