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Sound Techniques was a popular London recording studio founded in 1964. It quickly became one of the top independently-owned studios in England. In 1974 the original location in Old Church Street, Chelsea closed.

Many famous artists recorded there during the studio's heyday. Among the most famous clients were Pink Floyd ("See Emily Play"), Jethro Tull (This Was), John Cale (Fear), The Who, Nick Drake, Elton John, The Yardbirds, Fairport Convention, and Stackridge (Friendliness). The head engineer for many of the recordings of the late 1960s and early 1970s was Victor Gamm.



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