|Address||Nagykörösi út, Pesterzsébet|
Abnormal Studios is an audio recording studio incorporated in 2004 located in Budapest, Hungary. During the time of its functioning several albums were recorded in the studio. The studio is often associated with the Budapest indie music scene.
The Abnormal Studios was founded by László Philipp and Zoltán Takács in 2004. Takács was the keyboardist of the Hungarian indie band Heaven Street Seven, while Philipp was the sound technician of the band. They decided to establish the recording studio in mid 2000s. The idea was to create a studio which recreates the vintage analog sound of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. The facilities of the studio includes a Soundcraft 8000 mixing console.
|2007||30Y||Semmi Szédítő Magasság|||
|2007||Dawnstar||Change the World||Dawnstar|
|2011||Odett||Hanyatt, Homlok, Egyenes||Zoltán Takács|
|2012||Fran Palermo||Museum of Clouds||Zoltán Takács|
|2012||Amber Smith||Amber Smith||György Ligeti & George Shilling |
|2012||Ivan and The Parazol||Mama Don't You Recognize Ivan and The Parazol?||Zoltán Takács |
|2013||Amber Smith||Another Way||György Ligeti|
|2014||Karst||Lime Veins Bleed Rust|
|2015||Törzs||Magasra Fel||György Ligeti|
|2016||Sear Bliss||The Arcane Odyssey|
- Comparison of analog and digital recording
- "Abnormal Studio". Abnormal Studio. 7 October 2018. Unknown parameter
- "Abnormal Studio on Discogs". Discogs. 7 October 2018.
- "30Y - Szédítő Magasság". Discogs. 7 October 2018.
- "Odett - Hanyatt, Homlok, Egyenes". Discogs. 7 October 2018.
- Official Abnormal Studios website
- Official Abnormal Studios Facebook page
- Abnormal Studios discography at Discogs
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