Mark Teverson started, owned & ran Soho Studios from October 1983 – 1995

The Soho Music Group (Soho Studios, Soho Records, Soho Publishing, Soho Communications, Soho Productions, Soho Management), solely owned by Mark Teverson, flourished during 1983-95

24/48 track MCI 42 channel desk, 2 x 24″ track Otari, 1/2″ Otari, 1/4″ Studer, analogue machines + digital mastering

Full audio-visual (sound to picture) SMPTE synchronisation

  Control room 1985

Key engineers: Tom Frederikse, Pete Maben, Laura Boisseau, Spitfire Adrian

1983-92      187 Wardour Street, London W1


1992-95      Trident Building, 17 St Anne’s Court, Wardour Street, London W1. Prior to Soho Studios, the Beatles recorded ‘Hey Jude’, Bowie ‘ The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust‘ and Lou Reed ‘Transformer’. It had also been used by Rusty Egan & Steve Strange. Other artists recorded at Trident included the Bee Gees, Carly Simon, Chris de Burgh, Genesis, Brand X, James Taylor, Joan Armatrading, Joe Cocker, Kiss, Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, Queen, Rolling Stones, Thin Lizzy, Tina Turner, T-Rex, Van der Graaf Generator and Yes.

The Soho Music Group: Soho Studios, Soho Records, Soho Publishing, Soho Productions, Soho Communications, Soho Management, General Recording Company, Physical Mechanisms (Music). Soho Studios started as a demo/synth/computer studio in 1980, as did the band Apres Sex.

Soho Publishing Ltd., Soho Publishing Ltd., Soho Records Ltd. and Soho Arts Ltd. are still incorporated & wholly owned by Mark Teverson, in addition to Soho Foundry and Berwick Street Community Gp

                                                     6 sided studio brochure/poster (1985) (pix: Dave Brown) (click on the pic to enlarge it)

  Model: Caroline Horton

Clubs: Soho Nightshift, Twilight Zone, Dirtbox                                                                                                    See also Electronic Arts Society and York Musicians Collective in Stuff

Bands recorded: Pet Shop Boys, Phil Lynott, Charm, Bananarama, Gee Bello, Mel Gaynor (Simple Minds), Dan Ackroyd, PJ Harvey, Steve Marriott (Small Faces), Afrika Bambaataa, Roy Ayers, Janet Kay, Scritti Politti,  Zig Zig Sputnik, Russ Abbot, Tom Baker, Simon Brint (Comic Strip), Jimmy Ruffin, Altered Images, Duran Duran, etc.