Baggpipe Studios took over the old Abbey Road / EMI studios in Stockholm, a legendary spot that has hosted the likes of One Direction, Lady Gaga, ABBA, Britney Spears, Swedish House Mafia, Wyclef Jean, Mutt Lange and RedOne to name just a few.
Originally built in 1939 as a 460- seat movie theatre called ”Kaza”, the studio was added in 1962 and have since been developed into a spacious, modern set up.
Equipped with audio tools such as Solid State Logic console, Pro Tools HD Systems, Plug Ins, as well as Genelec’s most recent monitors and a fantastic array of modern and vintage outboard gear and microphones, Baggpipe offers the best of both worlds with the warmth and intimacy of analogy equipment combined with the convenience of digital editing … all in the heart of the Swedish capital, and one of the music industry’s creative hubs.
Baggpipe was set up by renowned Swedish composer and producer Anders Bagge, to help discover and develop musical talent. Baggpipe and LME have joint forces to launch this exciting new venture, a multi- state of the art studio complex in Stockholm housing a great roster of Swedish writers and producers.