We can supply your project with the team you require. Whether you need a music/record producer, songwriter, mix engineer, mastering engineer, session musician, session singer, voice director or voice-over artist.
The studio team here in south west London are a hugely experienced group of producers, engineers, composers, songwriters, arrangers, mix and mastering engineers. Having worked with some of the biggest names in music, from Sting to Seal, London Symphony Orchestra to Lily Allen, we have the pedigree and the studio to produce the most stunning of recordings.
Because we provide such an experienced crew, and the very best equipment, we make sure your project will sound outstanding.
Steve Williams is the owner, chief producer / engineer and composer at The Chapel Studios.
And having worked with artists mentioned above, as well as Gary Barlow, Lisa Stansfield, The Rolling Stones and many more.
The studio, situated in Wimbledon Park, South London, opened in July 2004. Steve has been producing fantastic recordings for artists, music for television, scores for Hollywood films and much more for the last 20 years.
Steve has achieved an extraordinary measure of success as a producer, songwriter and engineer.
"To produce truly great music, you have to understand and appreciate several things: musical structure, dynamics, the importance of the space between notes, the psycho-acoustic impact of the piece, its energy flow, and its emotion; but most of all, you've got to give it a soul" – Steven A Williams
Grammy award winning producer Kipper has worked with the best in the business. He has produced three Sting albums including his best selling solo album 'Brand New Day', as well as co-writing 'A Thousand Years'.
He has recently completed an album for US superstar Clay Aiken called 'On My Way Here' which went top 5 in the US Billboard Charts, and co-wrote the award winning 'Night Sessions' album for Chris Botti.
His songs have featured in everything from Sharon Stone movie 'The Mighty' to Val Kilmer's sci-fi blockbuster 'Red Planet'. The albums Kipper has produced have sold in excess of 15 million copies to date.
An experienced guitarist, singer and keyboard player, Kipper has toured the world as Sting's keyboard player, culminating in a Live-8 performance in front of an estimated 1.5 billion viewers.
Simon Osborne is a mixer, engineer and producer available to clients of The Chapel Studios.
Being Sting's long term engineer brings a wealth of experience, talent and knowledge to our recording studio. Simon has also worked with U2 (How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb), Texas (Be Careful What You Wish For) and Elton John, as well as many more fantastic artists.
Simon's international recognition includes:
- Grammy Award as Mixer/Engineer of Stings 'Brand New Day', Best Pop Album 2000
- Emmy Award for 'Outstanding Sound Mixing for Variety or Music Series' 2004
- Emmy Nomination for Stings 'All This Time' 2002
"I try to find out what the music is all about, and find out how its supposed to work dynamically and emotionally. Of course, if it's something I've recorded, I've been setting up rough mixes - essentially rehearsals for the mix - during the recording process. That certainly happened with Brand New Day (Sting, 1999), which we worked on for a year and a half. [With mixing] you need to bring the emotion out, and make it sound posh." Simon Osborne, Mix Magazine
Jeff has been working in the music industry since 1997, including five years at the prestigious Eden Studios in Chiswick, London.
He is proficient in using all industry standard equipment, and is particularly adept at Pro Tools.
Producers he has worked with include Gareth Jones, Steve Osborne, Dave Bascombe, Ken Thomas, and Danton Supple.
Artists include Battle, Clinic, Erasure, Guillemots, moi Caprice, Jacob Fletcher, The Engineers, MAPS, Blur, DJ Food, Elbow, Goldfrapp, James, Beverley Knight, Lamb, Beth Orton, Space Cowboy, Starsailor, Suede, Super Furry Animals, & Paul Weller.
Dan Goudie is a producer, engineer, musician and a general friendly guy.
With several years experience, he has proven popular amongst guitar-based bands, and considers it somewhat a specialty, but his music taste is unbounded by genre.
With experience ranging from high-end facilities such as The Chapel Studios, to make shift warehouses and living rooms, Dan's skills are augmented by, rather than dependent on, the incredible gear at The Chapel.
He experienced chart success when "This Way/That Way", one of several singles he produced for Bang!Bang!Bang! (New Slang/Punktastic Records) in July, 2008, reached No.2 in the Independent Label Chart only being held off the top spot by Feeder (The Echo Label).
Tim is an experienced freelance recording/mixing engineer and computer operator, who is equally at home making pop, rock, acoustic and electronic music.
Having previously worked at Townhouse, Westside and Olympic Studios, Tim has worked closely with a huge number of top UK and international acts, and some of the most respected producers in the industry. Tim has worked with some fantastic artists including Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Keane and Kylie Minogue.
Tim is interested in a wide variety of music and especially enjoys the buzz of working with new rock bands and dance acts. He uses any spare time to help develop up-and-coming bands, do live sound engineering, as well as write his own music.