Liverpool, UK (May 11, 2009)--Miloco Studios have moved into the northwest of England for the first time, to take the reins of Liverpool’s Motor Museum studio in partnership with producers Mike Crossey and Jim Anderson.
In the last 20 years, the Motor Museum has become cemented in the musical legacy of Liverpool, and was influential in launching the careers of some of the UK’s most iconic bands of recent times, including Oasis, the La’s, Arctic Monkeys and the Coral.
Based in a vast day-lit warehouse in the Lark Lane district of South Liverpool, the Motor Museum features a variety of recording areas designed and built in cabin-like rooms in the center of the facility. The choice of large live room, stone room, and hexagonal vocal booth provide artists with plenty of options to spread out and record in. There is a collection of vintage guitars, synths, pedals and amps, and a choice of microphones and preamps.
The studio is also equipped for mixing. The day-lit control room features a 32-channel Neve 8232 in-line console, stacks of compressors, EQs and processors, and a choice of monitors. The Pro Tools|HD5 Accel rig offers 48 in/outs, Lavry converters and a large selection of plug-ins.
The Motor Museum