Supanova Studios, based in Armthorpe, is offering its services free of charge for a limited period, thanks to funding from the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority.
The money, which falls under the Additional Restrictions Grant, provided a total of £1million in funding for arts and culture organizations and freelancers in South Yorkshire.
The studio, led by creative director Jason Burns, is now able to offer free access to a wide range of its services, including audio recording, band rehearsal rooms, as well as technical support. production.
It also includes access to talented music teachers available at its drum and guitar school and vocal lessons and introductory sessions.
The studios feature the largest live recording room in South Yorkshire, three fully equipped rehearsal studios and a world-class vocal booth, as well as a fully mirrored dance studio.
“We applied for arts and culture funding because we saw how hard local musicians and artists have been hit in this area by the pandemic,” Jason explained.
“We also had to close our doors for several months due to lockdown restrictions and it was an extremely difficult time. Local artists, musicians and dancers are working hard to rebuild their businesses and we wanted to be able to support them and the community through our studio.
He added: “Anyone interested should visit our website and book online or call us now!”
Supanova Studios has been used by a number of big names in the music industry such as Yungblud, Kaiser Chiefs and Bang Bang Romeo, as well as in recordings for TV shows such as Digging for Britain, The Voice, Hear My Song, Benefits For Britain and Victorian Britain on Foot.
The studios offer world-class recording, mixing, editing and mastering services, as well as Popstar parties for kids, bachelor parties and any other band.
Kate Brindley, director of arts, culture and heritage at the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority, said: ‘It’s fantastic to see the South Yorkshire Arts and Culture Fund supporting so many organizations that help people talented local people and community groups to get back on track after the pandemic.
“With our arts and culture sector so badly affected, this funding is exactly what South Yorkshire needs to make a difference for people and our communities where it matters most.”
Doncaster received £400,000 from the South Yorkshire MCA’s ARG fund, which local organizations and freelancers applied to Doncaster Council for.
Funding has been allocated to a wide range of activities providing experiences for young people whose health and well-being have been affected by the pandemic; a celebration of Doncaster’s history in the glassworks; as well as programs to engage people in creative industry experiences to improve social behaviors and elevate career aspirations.