Mill Mead Industrial Est. London, United Kingdom N17 b9QU 07812 433326
Studio 7 is the purpose built production space of Studio 7 Music Production - an innovative music composition and production company that aims to combine groundbreaking production with a world class recording facility. The studio has been carefully designed to facilitate every aspect of music from pre-production, recording and mixing to equipment storage, catering and transportation.
At the heart of the studio’s set up is ‘The Plank’ - an incredible 1970’s hand built 56 channel analogue
recording desk designed, built and used by infamous Krautrock producer Konrad “Connie” Plank. Originally
situated at his studio "Connie's Studio" in Cologne it was moved to Studio 7 in 2015. During Connie’s illustrious career he redefined music producing and recording the first four Kraftwerk albums and recording their most famous record "Autobahn" at his studio. He also produced many albums for artists such as Ultravox, The Eurythmics, Devo, Killing Joke and Echo and the Bunnymen. His work with Ultravox inspired Bowie and Eno’s production on their ‘Berlin Trilogy’ series of albums
Despite its age ‘The Plank’ is still making history today having been used to record and mix many recent albums including ‘In Our Heads’ and ‘Why Make Sense’ by Hot Chip, ‘Right Thought, Right Words, Right Action’ by Franz Ferdinand, and ‘Communion’ by Years and Years. In addition to the desk Studio 7 also has a world class selection of hardware, software, instruments, amps, keyboards and microphones. It has been designed to offer the perfect blend of analogue vintage equipment and state of the art modern A/D conversion and software.