When word got out that the ground floor of the building where UMA operate was becoming vacant, the team were quick to snap up the tenancy. Anthony Garvin, Michael Taylor and Conrad Lloyd all played a part in bringing the studio to life, with an aim of providing state-of-the-art facilities to the extensive roster of UMA artists.
Forbes Street Studios will also act as a commercial studio open to external artists and engineers, making it an exceptional resource for musician’s looking to take their recordings to the next level.
Located in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, Forbes Street Studios looks to revive the rich music culture that the area once possessed. Back in 1975, Woolloomooloo once housed the recently resurgent youth network Double J, and in the 1980s, the iconic Paradise Studios opened its doors to some of Australia’s most iconic rock and pop artists.
Designed by Michael Fronzek, the studio features a main live room and control room, with a separate production studio, radio interview room and video-editing suite. The recording facility is said to contain a SSL console, writing room with hi-end vocal recording capabilities, audio over IP interview booth and a comprehensive Avid editing suite.
For more details, head to forbesstreetstudios.com.