Electric Sheep Music opens new facility in Glebe

Studio.jpgElectric Sheep has officially opened doors to a brand new purpose built, creative music warehouse in Glebe. After six months of designing, building and refining the space, the high end facility has just had the finishing touches applied.

The studio has not only been built to suit the multi-disciplined needs of highly awarded composers Adam Spark and Glenn Sarangapany, it also serves as a very private and focused client space. Although it plays host to all manner of creative beings from major label recording artists to blue chip clients, at no time do any paths cross.
Dining.jpgPreferring a singular focus and somewhat different approach to each project, the culture of the creative team designs all work around the principle of providing full attention at all times. This new facility was built to foster this thinking. With the composers working locally and abroad, the Glebe space serves as a central hub for all stages of creative workLounge.jpg from creative musical planning and curation through to final sound design and delivery.

During the entire construction process Electric Sheep has recently completed work with creative clients such as The Australia Defence Force, NBN, Vodafone, HSBC, 100 Plus (APAC Region), KFC, McDonald's and TheEntry.jpg Institute for Urban Indigenous Health with Wayne Blair.

With doors now finally open Electric Sheep welcomes all ye creative folks with huge ideas.

Visit Electric Sheep's website: www.electricsheepmusic.com.


Phillip K Dork said:

That's all well and good. But is there a 7 string Ibanez?

Donkers said:

Sweet space, legends. Wish you nothing but the best.

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