The Playroom is a purpose built recording studio with live room, vocal booth and large
comfortable air-conditioned control room. A fabulous, friendly environment to record in.

Great gear – Great vibe – Great sound

All costs and requirements are discussed and quoted on an individual basis.
We have hourly, daily and weekly rates. Engineer included with all bookings.

Great rates – Great results – Great fun

Also from The Playroom:- ‘remote mixing‘.
Send us individual ‘stems’ (i.e. guitar, vocal, backing vocal), Logic Project (or Garageband)
recorded elsewhere (even your bedroom!) when you’re ready for mixing and we’ll mix.

Mike has created a superb environment for recording at The Playroom. He knows just how to create the right sound from the various room and microphone options he has at his disposal.
Mike is also very adept at creating a relaxed and productive atmosphere in a session. He manages creative people extremely well, knows how to get the best out of musicians, and when to call a coffee break! All in all, it’s really an excellent place to record and make the very most of your project.

A superb environment for recording

From the moment you arrive it’s clear that you’re in for a special experience. The Playroom is a discrete purpose built recording studio hiding deep in beautiful rural Sussex near Arundel.

Being purpose built it also has the advantage that everything is optimised and designed for purpose. Apart from being a warm friendly cosy environment it is also equipped with some of the finest kit available. 

The best recording equipment on the market won’t however produce a great outcome without a first class engineer at the helm and Mike fits that bill perfectly. His critical ears miss nothing and as a seasoned musician, composer and arranger himself he can in addition often provide inspiration and input to the creative process along the way. 

Recording at the playroom has been nothing but a pleasure and a delight. The outstanding results speak for themselves. I can heartily recommend the studio, the man and the experience. Whoever knew making albums could be such fun?


A pleasure and a delight