Central Sound was a small demo studios located on the first floor above shops on Denmark Street. Earning the nickname of Londonís Tin Pan Alley in the 1920s, Denmark Street became the centre of London's music scene since its origins as a sheet music supplier in Victorian times.
1972 - 12 channel desk and Ampex 8 track.
(Central Sound had a Sound Techniques desk at some point according to the ''for sale' advert).
1977 -Raindirk Quantum desk.
Recorded at Central Sound Studios :
Early David Bowie
The Sweet - Backing tracks for Top of the Pops April 1972