Over the past 12 years, we have had countless high profile musicians, producers, actors and celebrities through our doors and we feel blessed to have been able to meet and work with them.

Musicians & Producers

Joss Stone (singer)

Richard Barbieri (Japan, Porcupine Tree)

Ed O’Brien (Radiohead)

Gas Coombes (Supergrass)

Sonja Kristina (Curved Air)

The Rutles (Neil Innes)

Finley Quay (musician)

Raphael Ravenscroft (Baker Street, Pink Floyd)

Steve Cradock (Paul Weller, Ocean Colour Scene)

Steve Howe (Asia/YES)

Slowdive (band)


Actors & Celebrities

Gordon Ramsay (Masterchef)

John Nettles

Rik Mayall (The Young Ones, Black Adder)

Tony Hawks

Hugh Fernley Wittingstall

Seb Fontain

Art Malik

Peter Richardson (Comic Strip)

Vic Morgan (BBC Radio Devon)

Andrew Lincoln (The Walking Dead)

Conleth Hill (GoT)

Nigel Planer (The Young Ones)

Matt Berry (IT Crowd, The Mighty Boosh)

Nick Backer (Tibet, Top of the World)

Monty Halls (My Family and The Galapagos)


Producers and Musicians at the Analogue to Digital Music Expo

Howard Jones (musician)

Paul Gray (The Damned)

Richard Barbieri (Japan/Porcupine Tree)

John Leckie (producer MUSE: The Bends)

John Cornfield (producer)

Hossam Ramzy (Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin) 

Tony Butler (Big Country)

Roger O’Donnell (The Cure)

Steve Knightley (Show of Hands)

Ash Soan (Del Amitri, Faithless, Squeeze)

Robert Brian (Siouxsie Sioux)

Andy Watts (Seahorses drummer, singer-songwriter)

Marc Tucker (producer)


 ‘Testimonials

‘Keep on keeping on’ – Ed O’Brien (Radiohead)

‘Great Team!’ Gordon Ramsay

‘Duncan is a sound god but I am a f…… genious’! – Rik Mayall

‘Good sounds’ John Nettles

‘Many, many thanks’ Finlay Quay

‘Nice Job. Thanks very much’ Steve Howe (YES/Asia)

‘Everything went really smoothly during our voiceover sessions at Sound Gallery – thank you once again for all your help. All the best and hope to work with you in the future – here’s hoping for a second series!’ Gillian Irvine, BBC Scotland (producer for ‘Who let the Dogs Out’, feat. Rick Mayall)

‘When we booked Sound Gallery (at very short notice) to record some singing for the songs that appear in Far From The Madding Crowd, I don’t know if they were expecting the films principal leads, the director, the producer, the choreographer and half of the production team to invade their space. Well that’s what happened and they were brilliant, very accommodating with any requests/demands and the engineer, Duncan Chave, was fantastic. Completely unphased under pressure and really knows his stuff. All round thumbs up. Support your local studio!’ Neil MacColl, music producer (Far from the Madding Crowd, Fox Searchlight UK)


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