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.”