Kore Studios is a purpose built recording studio in West London that was opened by producer George Apsion in 2004. Over the last eight years it has gained a reputation as one of the most technically accomplished and reliable recording spaces in the UK
Kore’s client base includes acclaimed artists and producers from the UK & Europe, such as Ronnie Wood, Florence and the Machine and Plan B. These achievements were given international recognition when they were awarded the prestigious 'Best Studio" title at the UK Music Producers Guild Awards 2010.
Kore continues to focus on providing its clients with a relaxed and creative environment, backed up by a superb collection of rare and esoteric recording equipment. Vintage King have been instrumental in helping to equip Kore to this standard, highlights of which includes:
- Vintage Neve (1073 / 1081 / 31102)
- API 512c
- Shadow Hills Mono Gama
- Neumann U67s / 87s /149
- Coles 4038's
- Royer 122V's
- Brauner VM1
- Inward Connections Vac Rac TSL3
- API 2500
- Neve 33609 J/D
- SSL G Series
"Vintage King's service, enthusiasm and commitment to quality is second to none," Apsion writes. "They are always friendly and accommodating on the phone. You are never made to feel like just another sales receipt and the shipping / after-sales support is handled flawlessly."
Kore was recently used for the tracking of ‘Bish Bosch” the new album by the legendary Scott Walker (see video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfrVuhD8maE)
Other recent clients include Ray Gelato, Ronnie Wood and The Enemy.