refinery recording

Refinery Recording is a state of the art, industry standard recording studio situated in the same complex as Refinery School of Music. Over the last few years, Refinery Recording has gained the reputation of being one of Australia's leading recording facilities. From basic demo recordings, voice-overs, film soundtracks to world-class final releases, we have it all covered.

                 

Boasting multiple Gold and Platinum Albums and singles over the last 3 decades, we have tremendous experience in producing, recording and mixing all genres of music including pop, R'n'B, hip hop, rap, indie rock, metal, blues, gospel and Electronic Dance music.

                     

Having this world-class studio environment within reach of all our Music School students is a great advantage and rarity that is unique to our complex. Students will have the opportunity to record demos and gain the real-world studio experience or even get to the point of recording final release product as part of our Write Record Release program. 

                     

The Recording studio was acoustically designed by legendary Studio designer John Sayers. The studio complex comprises of a very comfortable large control room, a huge live room, a drum booth, a guitar booth, a vocal booth and lastly, a very relaxing chill out area.

   

Refinery Recording Studio equipment list:                 

 

  • Apple Mac Computers

  • Neotek Elan Mixing desk

  • Yamaha NS10 and Dynaudio BM6A plus Subwoofer 

  • Protools 12 HDX

  • Apogee Big Ben clocking

  • Neve 1073 preamps, API 512c preamps, Avalon VT 737, UAD LA 610, UAD 1176 Limiter, Teletronix LA 2A Limiter Vintage DBX 160vu Limiter, Smart Research C2

  • Vintage Neumann U87, Telefunken AK47, AKG 414, Slate Digital VMS, Sennheiser 421, Rode K2, SeElectronics 2200a, Shure SM7, SM57, Beta 52a and many more

  • Pluggins Waves, UAD, Slate Digital, IK Multimedia, Native Instruments, Sound Toys, Lennar digital Silent, Refx Nexus, Air Music Technology Hybrid 3, Synth Master KV331

  • Hear Technologies Hear Back monitor system

  • Wertheim Grand Piano, Premiere Drumkit, Gibson Les Paul, Fender 52 Telecastor, Fender Stratocaster,  Maton Acoustic Guitar, Epiphone Les Paul Bass, Marshall head & quad box, Fender Deville.