Real World Studios the Big Room England with Null Paradox

Inside the Real World

The Real World music campus contains a variety of studios that a group of producers and engineers use to record, mix and master everything from film scores to music albums and live backing tracks. Examples include the Harry Potter films, recent James Bond films, and a very long list of artists including a former Genesis singer named Peter Gabriel. There’s many other activities that take place here and we’ll introduce you to them in future articles. Tomorrow, we’ll begin introducing you to the Real World team that we’re working with including Tim Oliver and Patrick Phillips.

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Real World Studios "The Big Room" with Patrick Phillips in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios “The Big Room” with Patrick Phillips in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios the Big Room England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios “The Big Room,” England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios "The Big Room's" mixing console in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios “The Big Room’s” mixing console in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios "The Big Room's" keyboards including two or Patrick Phillip's favorites and Peter Gabriel's Prophet 5 in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios “The Big Room’s” keyboards including two or Patrick Phillip’s favorites and Peter Gabriel’s Prophet 5 in England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios "The Big Room," England with Null Paradox

Real World Studios “The Big Room,” England with Null Paradox

 

5 comments for “Inside the Real World

  1. julian camilo
    November 6, 2013 at 10:53 pm

    i want recive information about the estudio

  2. VINAYAK GUPTA
    November 5, 2013 at 11:04 pm

    I think real world is one the most futuristic and musician friendly recording setups in the world…Being an independent music producer in Delhi, it is indeed my dream to work there someday…Thanks and regards…Vin

    • Null Paradox
      November 7, 2013 at 5:47 am

      We completely agree with you Vin! The people and music campus at Real World truly are artist friendly and they make it very easy to be creative.
      TL

  3. November 5, 2013 at 11:42 am

    I love the look and feel of the studio, even from across the ocean, it is inviting and I want to record there someday. Thanks for sharing these awesome photos. Cheers

    • Null Paradox
      November 7, 2013 at 5:44 am

      Hi Allan,
      The people and studios are first class and we highly recommend Real World. Working with Patrick Phillips and Tim Oliver has been a wonderful experience and we are planning to make the trip across the Atlantic to the UK for our future albums.

      We’ll have more photos and videos!

      TL

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