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 is an integral component of the Sigur Rós cavernous soundscape - 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 location 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.