CaVa Studios

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Ca Va Studios or Ca Va Sound is a professional recording studio at 1 Sanda Street in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland.

The studios began in 1974 and since then have recorded some of the biggest names on the UK and international music scene including Westlife, Belle & Sebastian, Paolo Nutini, Robbie Williams and Take That, Ed Sheeran, Snow Patrol, Avril Lavigne, The Black Eyed Peas, Texas, Jessie J, The Proclaimers, Rage Against The Machine, Travis, Red Hot Chili Peppers, David Byrne, Mogwai, Eddi Reader and The Fall. The studio hosts a Neve VR Legend mixing console and is the only studio in Scotland to have PrismSound audio converters.

Ca Va Sound also owns Scotland's only professional independent mobile studio which hosts an SSL4000E 48 track console and Pro Tools.

The studio takes its name from the former band of founder media mogul, Brian Young, "Ca Va". Brian was also a lecturer at Perth College of Further Education in Scotland for many years, and a Board of Management member at Stow College, Glasgow.

A large recording studio with the Neve console, a smaller broadcast ISDN studio and the Ca Va Soundmobile.

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Coordinates: 55°52′00″N 4°17′06″W / 55.8666°N 4.28488°W / 55.8666; -4.28488