Prism Recording Studios are based in Hanley Stoke On Trent
and has been Staffordshire's most popular recording facility for the last 25 years.
The studio also has a lounge area, chill out room with Huge TV, Video & DVD, Sky
plus, Xbox etc, and only 2 minutes walk into the city centre.
As well as being in house engineer at Prism, mainly recording with rock bands for
which he is more known for, Shaun Lowe is a well respected Producer and Re-mixer
and has worked on the following projects:
The longest running band in the history of popular music The Drifters first album
in over 30 years titled ‘Five Decades and Moore’ Produced, engineered, mixed and
all instruments arranged and performed by Shaun Lowe for Atlantic Records / Warner
Brothers. The Drifters are currently on their world tour to promote their new top
10 album ‘up on the roof’ also Produced by Shaun at Prism for Sony BMG. Shaun is
currently working on their next album.
Lisa Marie Experience, Mixed Most of there top 20 hits over the last 7 years.
Wild Cherry, remixed the 70's hit “Play that funky music” For Sony music / DMC
Bill Wymans Rhythm Kings, Worked along side Stuart Epps on the ex-Rolling Stones
bass players band,
along side such greats as Georgie Fame, Gary Brooker (Procal Harem), Martin Taylor
& Albert Lee from
Paul McCartney's band.
Analogue equipment as well as state of the art digital set up .
Relaxing environment, all studio rooms professionally designed.
Custom built Drum Room, vocal room, guitar room & Piano Room.
Valve Amps from Blackstar, Peavey, Marshall, Vox & Fender.
Vintage mics purchased from Chris Rea and the Rolling Stones mobile.
Amazing rates for a Recording facility of this pro standard.
Prism Recording Studios wins Sony Music Award.
Record producer Shaun Lowe recently won a Sony music award for his work on American
band The Drifters top 10 album "up on the roof ' and also co wrote the single 'Do
you dream of me' also featured on the album, all recorded and mastered by Shaun at
Prism. Pictured below the awards ceremony at Liverpool's Empire theatre celebrating
sales of over a quarter of a million.