Tribarac

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Well Balanced

With Depeche Mode that was the first time I thought this is real pop music. I said Let’s do a single, I’ve got no idea how pop music works, but I am a fan of pop music and this should be a hit.

Daniel Miller, The Quietus, 15th October, 2009

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A Mackie console and Tannoy Reveal 5A loudspeakers in the control room at Tribarac Recording Studio. Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
Photograph by John Pettey

Capturing sound since 1995

Situated in the very heart of the Cork countryside, but still only 25 minutes from Cork City, Tribarac Recording Studio is a comfortable and relaxed professional studio suite designed, built and staffed by musicians with the sole aim to stimulate and encourage your creativity.

A drummer plays and sings in the studio sound booth

Bring your talent and let us add the polish to your recording.
Photograph by Rana Mullan

We have produced recordings for the BBC and national television as well as many local, national and international artists.

We have also recorded and produced film and commercial sound­tracks.

Skilled musicians in their own right, and with decades of recording experience between them, our inhouse engineers ensure that you will get the most out of the recording process.

A Mackie console and Tannoy Reveal 5A loudspeakers in the control room at Tribarac Recording Studio.

A microphone for every occasion.
Photograph by John Pettey

Mudbath …

The first Glastonbury Festival, mounted by Michael Eavis at Worthy Farm in September 1970, was actually called the Pilton Pop, Blues & Folk Festival, and it was attended by a mighty horde of 1,500 music fans. The second and much larger free festival at Worthy Farm the following year, Glastonbury Fayre, was the first to attract nationwide interest with acts such as Family, Fairport Convention, David Bowie, Gong and Traffic.