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Endpoint: Strawberry Mastering



created on: 30/01/2023
by: Lo55o (12587)
 
 

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Strawberry Mastering was the business name of Strawberry Mastering (U.K.) Ltd., a division of Strawberry Studios, a recording studio in Stockport, England founded in 1968, it operated until the early 1990s. Strawberry Studios became one of the finest professional recording studios in the United Kingdom outside London used by a range of artists including 10cc, Joy Division, Neil Sedaka, Barclay James Harvest, The Smiths, The Stone Roses, The Moody Blues, Paul McCartney, Wax and Cliff Richard.

In 1978 Strawberry Mastering opened in London, which for the first time gave the studio complete control of the process from recording to pressing.


Within months songwriter and future 10cc member Graham Gouldman joined the pair as an investor. The studio was used extensively by Stewart, Gouldman and the other two musicians who would join them to form 10cc, Lol Creme and Kevin Godley.

10cc sold their interest in the Stockport studio in the 1980s. In 1986, the neighbouring Yellow Two recording studio took over the running of Strawberry in Stockport. It ceased operation as a music studio in the early 1990s and was converted for use for film and video production.

Both Strawberry Mastering and Strawberry South had closed by 1993.
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Submitted by : Lo55o (12587)
on : 30/01/2023
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Last updated on: 30/01/2023