Studios of the pros: stars' recording setups in pictures
Deny it all you want, but we know that you love to have a good snoop around other people's studios. Seeing someone else's setup frequently inspires you to tinker with and improve your own, and if that someone happens to be a professional, working musician, then having a detailed look at their kit is all the more valuable.
But how to get that kind of access? Climbing that big tree outside Dave Spoon's (pictured above) spare bedroom and peering through the window with a pair of binoculars might seem like a good idea, but it's one that's fraught with safety (and possibly legal) problems.
Luckily,Future Music magazine has travelled around the world on your behalf, visiting the stars' studios and photographing them from every conceivable angle. Now, and for the first time, we present MusicRadar's complete collection of their studio tours, alphabetically ordered so you can quickly find the production palace that you're looking for.