Sarm Studios Gets Its Residual Sound Removed

Responding to recent enquiries from the Notting Hill Noise Patrol – Sarm Studios founder Trevor Horn gives an update on how they’re getting along removing all the residual sound from the legendary studio ahead of its re-development

“It turns out we have a problem with residual sound,” Trevor Horn explains, “and as there’s a new EU ruling that every building has to be check and, if there is a problem – and it appears we do – then the studio has to be swept for sound.”


About Sarm Studios
While the site and story of Sarm Studios continues to evolve, Sarm Music Village – launched in
November 2015 and located on 105 Ladbroke Grove, London – is now a thriving creative hub
boasting six state-of-the-art recording studios.

It’s also home to The Gallery – a picture-perfect events space for showcases and playbacks – and a block away from sister company Basing Street Rooms, the artist-centric boutique hotel. Sarm Music Village’s sister company Music Bank – located on the Tower Bridge Business Complex in South East London – remains both Europe’s leading rehearsal studios and backline hire supplier, with clients in the last month alone including Clean Bandit, Emeli Sandé, James Arthur, Imelda May and Sampha.

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