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Sound Techniques

Sound Techniques was a popular London recording studio at 46a Old Church Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 founded in December 1964.[1] The premises were originally built as a dairy. It quickly became one of the top independently-owned studios in England. In 1976 the original location in Old Church Street closed.[1]

Many famous artists recorded there during the studio's heyday. Among the most famous clients were:[1]


Coordinates: 52°15′04″N 0°43′35″E / 52.2512°N 0.7263°E / 52.2512; 0.7263

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