Celtronic Studios have reopened. Located at Iona Enterprise Park in Derry, the studios have undergone some massive refurbishment where some of the latest DJ and music production equipment has been installed. Furthering its reputation as one of the finest studio spaces in the whole of Europe.
Celtronic Studios, who are also behind Ireland’s longest running electronic music festival, Celtronic (22 years and counting) were closed for almost 2 years during the pandemic. They seen it as the perfect time to upgrade the studio, install more music equipment and make the facility more user friendly. Like Celtronic Festival, the studio is run on a not-for-profit basis, with hire prices kept as low as possible to ensure accessibility to all.
In previous years, the studio has saw leading producers like Paula Temple, Francesco Tristano, Move D, KiNK, Phil Kieran, Mr C, Radioactive Man, New Jackson and Boxcutter come to Derry and collaborate with local DJs and producers.
Upon re-opening, the studio now has employed a full-time, in house engineer, Shay Whelan. Shay, who is one of the most exciting DJs and producers in Ireland, has seen support from Mall Grab, Anfisa Letyago and I Hate Models. The studio also hosts Movin’ Music Academy which offers tuition in DJing and music production.
Some of the hardware that is available at Celtronic Studios includes synths and drum machines from brands including Moog, Korg, Roland, Behringer, Elektron, Dave Smith and Sequential. The DJ Setup at the studio includes the 4 x Pioneer CDJ3000’s and 2 x Technics SL1200 MK7. DJs have a choice of mixers including Rane MP2015, Pioneer DJM V-10, Pioneer DJM900, Allen & Heath Xone 96 and Xone 92. The studio is setup with the latest cameras and streaming technology so DJs can record or livestream their performances in 4k.
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