Edwin Street Recording Studio features quality recording equipment and a superb sounding live room. The studio provides a full recording service, including bands, ensembles, vocalists, choirs, voice-over and voice-to-picture.  We also provide an on-line mixing and mastering service, workshops and free sessions for young people.

The studio is £30/hour inc. engineer
Online-mixing is £125/song

We have a link between the main theatre and the studio meaning we can record your live performances.

Prices are:

£150 for raw, multi-track audio files including ambient mics, either as Pro Tools session or wavs.

+ £150 for full, post mix of performance.

For more information please see below, or get in touch at 0161 761 7107 to discuss bulk discounts, deals or if you’ve got a budget in mind already.



Our beautiful, natural sounding live room brings out the best in acoustic instruments. Drums can sound huge, acoustic instruments sound warm and open. The tighter, drier, booth gives a different acoustic and the opportunity to separate instruments. This is all captured with quality microphones through our Toft ATB24, featuring much of the same design and features as the legendary Trident Series 80 console.


Voice-over and Post Production

We can do all aspects of voice-over and voice to picture recording in our isolated booth, along with editing and post production mixing for television, radio and film.



Quality mixing can make or break a track. The studio has superb monitoring from Quested, Neumann and Genelec, the best software plugins from Soundtoys, Plugin Alliance, Fabfilter, Waves, Slate Digital, Softube, PSP and Valhalla among others but most importantly of all, experience from years of mixing and listening. We also offer an on-line mixing service, more details can be found here.



The final stage before unleashing your tracks on the world Edwin St offers a professional mastering service to give the final polish and sheen to your mixes. Mastering can make a good mix sound great and a great mix sound stellar. It isn’t just making everything loud, it’s making all your mixes sit together, flow and sound good on different systems. We can do PQ coding and DDP export. For a more detailed explanation of mastering, see the studio manager’s guide here.

Equipment used at Edwin St Creative Hub


Toft ATB24 24 Channel Console


Avid ProTools 12 / MOTU 16A / MOTU 8A


4 Channels Classic API VP26 – API Clone / Soundskulptor MP573 – Neve Clone / TL Audio C1 Valve Pre-amp


Quested VH3208 / Neumann KH120A / Genelec 8030A


TC Electronic M-One XL / Lexicon MX400 Multi Effect / Vermona Spring Reverb


Soundelux U195 /Coles 4038 – Matched Pair / Shure SM7 / Neumann TLM102 / Beyerdynamic MC740 – Pair / AKG C414eb / Oktava MK-012 – Matched Pair / Beyerdynamic M260 – Pair / Xaudia Reslo ‘The Beeb’ Ribbon / Beyerdynamic TG201 / Sennheiser MD421 / Sennheiser e602 / Shure SM57 / Shure SM58 / Shure Beta 52 / Studio Electronics R1 – Pair


Amps Pearl Forum 22″ Fusion Drum Kit / Gibson Les Paul Tribute / Yamaha FG850 Acoustic Guitar / Fender Blues Junior / Blackstar HT-20 / Orange Micro Terror / Marshall AVT50HX Head  / Marshall AVT412XA 4×12 Cab / Danemann Upright Piano / Roland RD-300GX Keyboard / Juno 106 Analog Synth / Jen Sx1000 Analog monosynth


Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 / Native Instruments Kontakt 5 / Arturia V Collection / Lots of Plugin Alliance / Lots of Slate Digital / Softube Bundle /Soundtoys 5 / And many more!

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Getting Here

Whether driving or using public transport, find out how to get to The Met here.

Bury Visitor Guide

Bury is proudly filled with award winning attractions in our culture quarter and beyond.

Facilities & Access

More information on access information for the building and our performances.

Food & Drink

Join us for dinner and a drink before the show in our modern eating restaurant Automatic or our newly refurbished Stanley Bar.