One of the very best studios in Iceland, Sundlaugin comprises a large recording room with high ceilings, a selection of four iso-booths and a 35m2 control room with a balcony and windows looking out onto a creek and pond.
The spacious live room - which was used as a rehearsal space by Sigur Rós for several years - is fantastic for large sessions, but solo singer-songwriters can feel equally at home working here. It is also particularly suited to live recording.
The live room's spec boasts a wide range of backline: guitars, amplifiers, keyboards, organs, tuned percussion and more. There is also a large number of vintage microphones as well as a good selection of the expected traditional models. All four isolation booths are connected directly to a live space.
The studio's loication is truly inspiring: located on the periphery of the Arctic circle with awesome volcanic terrains, geyser, glacial rivers, snow coated forests and of course the Northern Lights. Add this to the vibrant and unique Reykjavík, self-dubbed the "Night Club of the North" for a stunning experience while recording in Iceland.