Reverence In Music

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O'Malley, Ed (2021-10-04). Reverence In Music. Absolute Author Publishing House. ISBN 978-1-64953-235-0. 

Reverence in music delves into iconic recording studios around the world to understand what makes a recording studio “Great.”The history of the recording studio, its digital evolution, and the impact recording facilities (including Metropolis, Miloco, and That SP Studios) have had on the music industry. Numerous Insight shown into studio facilities, equipment and notable engineers that made careers there. Included are quotes and tips from world renowned record producers on how to make the best of a recording session. These insights will enlighten and inspire students of the recording arts, music fans, and anyone interested in the legacies of these great studios, artists, and music professionals that have had a hand in making modern recording what it is today.Ed O’Malley is a musician and producer based in Central Valley, California. He graduated from the Los Angeles College of Music with a BA in music performance. His focus is now on music production and building a recording studio. Template:Cite bookpages=33-34

The history of the recording studio, its digital evolution, and the impact recording facilities (including Metropolis, Miloco, and That SP Studios) have had on the music industry. Numerous Insight shown into studio facilities, equipment and notable engineers that made careers there. Included are quotes and tips from world renowned record producers on how to make the best of a recording session. These insights will enlighten and inspire students of the recording arts, music fans, and anyone interested in the legacies of these great studios, artists, and music professionals that have had a hand in making modern recording what it is today.Ed O’Malley is a musician and producer based in Central Valley, California. He graduated from the Los Angeles College of Music with a BA in music performance. His focus is now on music production and building a recording studio.

Ed O’Malley is a musician and producer based in Central Valley, California. He graduated from the Los Angeles College of Music with a BA in music performance. His focus is now on music production and building a recording studio.


That SP Studios (TSS)

That SP Studios is a creative media hub located in London’s Royal Borough of Greenwich, United Kingdom. It specializes in audio-visual production, broadcasting and music publishing. That SP Studios boasts an audio catalog of over 13,000 audio works and multi-millions of views on YouTube for visual works. It’s early beginnings solely as a recording studio formerly known as “SP Studios” (or colloquially referred to as “SP’s.”) The studio was first conceptualized in 2006 by founder John Shownmi also known as Shojon - a British musician, sound engineer, songwriter, film producer, and entrepreneur. The studio in 2021, renowned as a pillar of the Greenwich community by Readers Digest, has been home and starting to point to many musical careers. Recognized for actions helping youth creatives evade the issues of the Greenwich turf wars in the mid 2000s. Afrikan Boy’s “One Day I Went To Lidl” went viral in 2007, amassing over a million views on YouTube, one of the most viewed videos on the media platform at the time. In 2012 the studio expanded into media production, creating YouTube Platform “Aftersessions” which features worldwide acts Shaggy, Trey Songz, and Sarkodie as well as popular UK acts Katy B, Wretch 32, Yungen, and Lethal Bizzle. The studio has been able to gain much prominence in recent years following partnerships with local organizations and charities. Youth music business workshop with In2Music, the launch of RTM FM community Radio with Thamesmead Arts and Culture Office (TACO), as well as sponsoring Eltham Town Youth Football Club. In 2017 Kent artist M Dot R and Shojon created the annex SP Studios Sheerness providing work experience in association with the Prince’s Trust. And in 2020, the studio managed the mental health fundraising campaign #Chocolateforthemind in aid of the Mind charity.

That SP Studios notable engineers include:

Shojon

Shojon has been a personal engineer to many artists and worked in or created various other recording studios to gain his 15 Year experience in the industry. His Music executive work saw him curate shows for YouTube platforms and break new artists through live performance show “#NXTUP.”


Artists that have made use of That SP Studios Include:

● Nu Brand Flexxx

● Zeph Ellis

● Wiley

● Lady Leshurr

● Bluey Robinson

● J Warner

● Blinkie

● Wiley

● No Lay

● Kuniva (D12)

● Cadet

● Samantha Mumba