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Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Bury Metropolitan Arts Association have appointed the first Studio Manager of Edwin Street Recording Studios, a new project in partnership with Bury Council. Phil Bulleyment will take up the position immediately, following an intensive recruitment campaign.
Phil will be responsible for running the new professional recording facility aimed at both the local community and professional and touring musicians, helping to make Edwin Street the regionâ€™s leading centre for traditional music performance, participation, education and recording.
Formerly a Music Technology tutor at The University of Salford and a Sound Engineer at Channel M, Phil also has an impressive portfolio of freelance work including work with Dutch Uncles, Delphic, Gideon Conn and Goldfrapp. â€œItâ€™s very exciting to have a chance to get involved in a new project from scratch and help build it up. The studio has a great sounding live room and is a good facility for the people of Bury. Iâ€™d like to see it become one of the best studios in the North West.â€
Situated at The Met, Buryâ€™s premier arts venue, Edwin Street Recording Studio features state of the art equipment and superb acoustics. The ambitious project, which started in September, has turned a disused building at the back of The Met into a high spec recording studio which also features a production suite for post-production and learning. The Studio was launched in May with special guests; Spiers and Boden and Elbow.