A digital recording studio with an analogue heart. From vocals and acoustic recordings to full bands. From voice overs and music to post production, foley and sound effects. We have a comfortable, fully sound-treated live room and control room.Check out our new specs here.
Stu is a Pro Tools Expert and Certified Instructor. He teaches the following Pro Tools courses at Deep Blue Sound: 101, 110, 201, 210M & 310M . If you would like to take one of the Pro Tools courses, please contact dBs Music directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of our music lessons are based in the relaxed surroundings of our new studio. We currently offer lessons in piano, saxophone, clarinet, recorder, guitar, bass and drums. From classical to rock, beginners to graded exams and everything in between. Please contact us for details.
Looking for a place to rehearse your band, act, etc.? We highly recommend Studio City located in the Stoke area of Plymouth. It's air conditioned & cosy. Has a drum kit, bass & guitar amps and vocal PAs.
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Welcome to Beliefspace Studio, a digital studio with an analogue heart. From voice, solo instruments or full bands to post production foley and sound effects. Even a soupçon of mastering. We have a comfortable and relaxed space to record in. An array of modern and vintage recording gear. A great live room with adaptable acosutics. A fully sound treated Control Room which provides an excellent monitoring environment. From tape machines to Pro Tools, we have the tools, experience and expertise.
Check out 'The Fretted Apprentice'.
The aim of the Fretted Apprentice is to provide an insight into how music theory relates to the modern guitarist. It also features several different systems to help memorise patterns on the fretboard, which should provide the guitarist a useful tool for memorising the neck. So if you don't know your CAGED or Modal systems, check it out by clicking here »
This week my FdA Audio & Music Production students at dBs Music in Plymouth (UK) did a compressor "shoot out" as part of their Analogue Recording Methods module. We compared the following units: Neve 33609 (Diode Bridge)GAP Comp-54 (Diode Bridge)... Read more »
We've been doing some upgrading and cross-grading of guitar gear this summer. First to go were the Fender Blues Junior and Mesa Boogie 5:25 Express combos (both of which found excellent new homes). We wanted more flexibility in cabinet swapping... Read more »
The studio facilities are now complete meaning clients can enjoy warm beverages, etc. Some more build photos... ... Read more »
Just a quick update on the studio facilities... Myself and Gregg have been hard at work fitting the units and worktops in the kitchenette; work continues tomorrow. It took some serious tailoring ("measure twice, cut once") to get it all to fit in the... Read more »
This week work continued on the small outbuildings which will serve as client facilities to the studio. I have to say it's been a real battle finding a decent electrician throughout the project ... I've waited in for no-shows, been messed around and,... Read more »
Quite a few people have approached me recently asking about how I got into electronics and, more specifically, building guitar effects pedals. So I decided to write this blog as some pointers on how to start out. STARTING OUT When you first s... Read more »
"Master the instrument, master the music, then forget all that shit and play."