SILVER SHARK MUSIC are Grant Strang and Pascal Glanville.

 

They are a production team based at their own studios in Forest Hill, South London offering a full range of services covering all musical styles.

 

Working with everyone from new artists to major label acts, they specialize in songwriting, production, recording and mixing, utilizing the latest technology and high-end studio equipment in a comfortable and spacious environment.

Silver Shark Music work with artists in a friendly and relaxed manner helping them to get the best possible results and achieve the sound they are looking for.

Where necessary they can also assist with instrumentation including guitar, bass, keyboards and numerous other instruments. Additionally they have a large roster of session players that they can bring in to work on your tracks to your specific needs if required.

From helping to make your demos sound better to working with you on a full album production, they offer a professional service that will bring your music to life to suit every budget.

Feel free to get in touch anytime for a chat and to find out more about what Silver Shark Music can offer you.

 

Some of the artists SILVER SHARK PRODUCTIONS have worked with include:

 

The Klaxons, Willis, Artmagic, Stroke, Skinny, Pete Townsend, Jimi Tenor, Hazel O'Connor, Pauline Taylor, Nicole Willis, Heather Nova, Arkarna, Alexis Strum, Jakatta, Rachel Fuller, Woman E, The Lucky Strikes, Madasun, Ana Johnsson, Gorgeous George, Dawne Adams, Ollie Lee, Hossam Ramzy, Klara Kjellén and the Metatesta dance company to name a few.

 

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GRANT STRANG

is an engineer, producer, programmer and obsessive gear junkie.

 

Originally influenced by the emerging swath of '80's synth bands like Gary Numan, Human League and Depeche Mode, his first purchase was a Korg MS10 and life would never be the same again. As a teenager he cut his teeth playing keyboards and programming in various bands in his native Edinburgh.

 

Finding that he was more interested in the studio side of things than playing live he built a small home studio and began recording and producing bands. He continued this route after making the move to London in the mid 1990's and expanded his set up to include an impressive collection of vintage synthesisers and high quality studio gear. Realising that a spare bedroom for was not the place to keep all of this he set up his own studio about 7 years ago and 2 years ago moved into his current location in South East London.

Grant has worked with a variety of artists varying wildly in style from acoustic singer songwriters to electronic dance music from his Silver Shark Studios which is home to an ever expanding collection of vintage outboard gear and the recent addition of a TL Audio 32 channel desk allows clients to mix in or out of the box depending on their requirements. The studio also houses his collections of synths including a Mini Moog Voyager, Arturia Minibrute, Dave Smith Mopho Keys, Roland Juno 106 and Access Virus amongst others.

 

PASCAL GLANVILLE

is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and engineer.

 

He was drawn to music from a very early age, learning the piano from the age of 13 and soon after moved onto guitar after listening to the playing of Johnny Marr and the Smiths.

Pascal has toured and recorded extensively around the world with numerous artists for over 25 years and popped up a few times on TV.

As well as playing the guitar, bass, ukulele and keyboards, he plays the Chapman Stick, a 12-string Touchboard instrument where he performs concerts around the world and teaches.

Pascal loves making beautiful noises and his current sonic obsession is the Fractal Axe 2. A ludicrously addictive Amp/Cab modeller FX processor for all things guitar and Stick based.

© 2014, Pascal Glanville

Writing about music is like dancing about architecture. Quentin Crisp

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