Engineers

Metway is my first choice when choosing studios because the live room and console sound wonderful. The day lit control room and Dynaudio M4’s make Metway possibly the best monitoring spaces I’ve been in.

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Toby May

I have been working out of Metway since 2001 after graduating from Brighton University with a degree in Music & Visual Practice.

I was hired by Levellers as a tea boy/tape op and learned the sound engineering trade from the ground up. Alongside my studio work, I am also a busy session drummer and college lecturer.

Metway is my first choice when choosing studios because the live room and console sound wonderful. The day lit control room and Dynaudio M4’s make Metway possibly the best monitoring spaces I’ve been in.”

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Jake Rousham

With a career spanning some 20 years Jake has worked with hundreds of bands across many genres including Royal Blood, Nick Cave, Roger Daltrey, Wilco Johnson, The Levellers, Orbital and Snow Patrol.

As well as my studio engineering and production work, I have a successful career composing music for broadcast.

Metway has a great atmosphere and all the space and equipment to get really good results. The spacious control room is very comfortable and you can listen safe in the knowledge that what is coming out of the speakers is completely true to what is going on in the mix.

“I started at the Metway in 1997 and I still love it. It has a great vibe and a great sound.”