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Private (division of Fascia Holdings Limited
GenreSound effects
Founded 📆Edinburgh, Scotland, Scotland (2008 (2008))
Founder 👔Sonny Fascia
Headquarters 🏙️,
Edinburgh, Scotland
Area served 🗺️
Products 🎛️ 🧴sound effects collections
Production music
Number of employees

BurghRecords is a sound effects libraries based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It releases and publishes sound editing sample packs and vst plugins, designed for first time entry level users. Its key aspiration is to enhance creativity for young people with varying degrees of learning difficulties and encourage them to start making music.


Sonny Fascia founded BurghRecords in 2008 as a self made outlet for releasing his instrumental music.In 2013 they began creating audio sound packs to help entry level music makers start producing. In 2016 they created PhatNoise vst plugins[1], a simplistic and intuitive GUI that allows the user to enhance their creative outlet in the most simplistic way.


BurghRecords has launched plug-ins in collaboration with PhatNoise, such as the Simple Delay plug-in released in 2016[2]the ModFilter plug-ins released in 2017[3] & Lofi Bass Filter released in 2017 [4]


  1. Lee, Scott. "Phat Noise VST simple delay plugin by BurghRecords". vstplanet. vstplanet.com. Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  2. Low, Chris. "BurghRecords sets free Phat Noise Simple Delay VST effect plugin". flstudiomusic. flstudiomusic.com. Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  3. Bishop, Ben. "BurghRecords Releases Free PhatNoise Simple ModFilter VST Plugin". bedroomproducersblog. bedroomproducersblog.com. Retrieved 10 April 2017.
  4. Rich, Stephen. "BurghRecords has announced the release of PhatNoise LoFi Bass Filter VST Plugin, a free VST effect plugin for Windows". flstudiomusic. Retrieved 10 April 2017.

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