Paul Epworth’s Church Studios Specifies Van Damme

Eminent producer Paul Epworth has completed the rejuvenation of The Church Studios in North London using exclusively Van Damme cabling. The famous studio, originally opened by Dave Stewart, now has 3 world class studio spaces, designed and specified by Epworth, The Walters-Storyk Design Group and Miloco Builds.

The Church 1 is a large tracking studio built around a 72-channel vintage EMI Neve console, which is a hybrid of two desks: one from Abbey Road, the other from the famous Pathe Marconi studios in Paris.

The Church 2 is a state-of-the-art WSDG-designed studio with a refurbsihed SSL 4000G console and Augspurger monitors.

The Church 3 is Epworth’s new writing room, featuring a Shadow Hills Equinox summing mixer with 20-channel Neve Sidecar, Avid HDX 2 running Pro Tools 10 HD loaded with a vast array of plug-ins.

Miloco Engineer Finn Eiles said:

“The cable was a major component of the refurbishment. We used thousands of meters of Van Damme Blue series, Data and Starquad cable.”