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Welcome to Studios 301, Australia’s most iconic recording studio. Our reputation is built on a near century-long legacy as the largest and longest running professional recording studios in the southern hemisphere.
From large orchestral projects, to band tracking, mixing, writing or dry hire production spaces, recording with Studios 301 is recording with no limits.
Whatever your project size, we have a space suited to your needs.
Neve 88R 72 channel
The classic big studio experience, Studio 1 has the capability to house everything from symphonic orchestras to large events, film shoots, and live performances.
SSL 9000 K
Housing an SSL 9000 K series console with a 35m2 live space, Studio 2’s intimate and versatile setup is perfect for indie, rock, pop and folk bands to record vocals, killer drums, percussion, amps, and more.
Custom Series 75 Neve 24/24
A state-of-the-art recording and mixing studio featuring: a 45m2 control room accompanied by a spacious 24m2 live space, Custom Series 75 console , 65’ video monitor and PMC monitors.
For nearly a century, Studios 301 has played a part in some of the most iconic recordings to come out of Australia.
Located at Ellis Avenue, 10 minutes from the heart of Sydney and 10 minutes from the airport, our legendary studios range from large orchestral spaces, to band tracking and mixing rooms, writing and production spaces and purpose built mastering suites. Whatever your project size, we have a space suited to your needs.
We work with some of the best.
In recent years Studios 301’s services and facilities have been frequented by artists such as Coldplay, Katy Perry, Macklemore, Amy Shark, The Weeknd, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Silverchair, Gang Of Youths, Muse, ASAP Rocky, Metallica, Black Eyed Peas, The Jezabels, U2, Snoop Dogg, Tiësto, Lana Del Rey, Migos, Powderfinger, Delta Goodrem, Matt Corby, Kimbra, 360 and Angus & Julia Stone. Dating further back, David Bowie, Prince, Elton John, Bob Dylan, George Michael, The Church, Kiss, Stevie Nicks, Duran Duran, The Easybeats, John Farnham, Icehouse, Divinyls, Slim Dusty, The Angels, INXS, Radio Birdman and Midnight Oil.