About us

EQ Studios have been providing services dedicated to the needs of singers, songwriters, voice-overs, auditions, karaoke, and schools education for the past 20 years.

Most recently we re-arranged/remixed Lovable, a beautiful track written by Sweetie Ire featuring Damon Albarn (Blur/Gorillaz). This is the latest in a long line of successes from 1988's top ten Male Stripper by Man to Man, 1999s top twenty Tell Me Ma by Sham Rock and our recent success in securing a world-wide singles and album deal with EMI for Casino Internationale. "Whether we're working with an international pop star or an aspiring group of school students, we deliver with the same high levels of dedication in a professional and friendly atmosphere." says Studio Manager, John Hamilton.

Housed in a purpose built studio complex in North Kensington, incorporating separate reception and recreational areas, the air conditioned and naturally lit control room runs a Mackie D8B Mixing Console into 24 tracks of Logic 8 housed in a Power Mac.

Akai S3000 Sampler, tons of synths, acoustic and electric guitars, together with a separate acoustic area, make this the ideal project studio for writers, programmers and performers alike.

Our recent clients have included:

Damon Albarn (Blur/Gorillaz)
Kate Silverton (BBC Morning News) Voice-over.
Phil Larsen (Mary J Blige, Enrique Iglesias and AQUA)
Andy Parker (Craig David, Truesteppers)
Phoebe 1 (MOBO Award Best Rapper)
Claire Harding (2005 UK Songsearch Winner) 
All major labels including EMI, BMG, Universal, Sony, Jive, ITV, BBC and C4


John Hamilton,  Manager /Founder, EQ Studios

John is an accomplished musician, producer and songwriter who founded EQ Studio in 1988 to provide a friendly, high quality and affordable setting for singers, songwriters, voice-over artists and music students to create their recordings and master their craft.

As a musician his career includes producing Top Ten pop hits and working with international recording artists. Today his passion for music, spoken word and personal development has created a studio environment where both established artists and aspiring schools students can create and flourish.

John's career started in a small studio in Glasgow. On moving to London aged 22, his first break came as an EMI recording artist, working at London's world-famous Abbey Road Studios. He toured as a professional musician,  lectured on recording and production techniques and had regular articles published by The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers & Authors. He is a professional member of the Perfoming Rights Society / Mechanical Copyright Protection Service.