Musician Chris Traves started Kenilworth Productions Studios in 1999 in the tiny spare room of his home in Penge, South East London, recording the Paul Englishby band's album of The Cut.
Since then, KPS has expanded to a large, comfortable recording studio and a live room, where singers and musicians can work at their own pace with Chris to create the perfect demo, single or album.
Vocalists who have recorded at KPS include Jane Horrocks, Marti Pellow, Jacqui Dankworth, Clark Peters, Ian Kelsey, Richard Shelton, and Georgina Jackson.
Chris has also recorded, edited and mixed music for the films "Sunshine on Leith", "Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day", and "Confetti", as well as for the television series "Luther", "An Englishman in New York" and "Outcasts".
CD recordings number among the Royal Shakespeare Company's "John Woolf and Friends", Georgina Jackson's "Watch What Happens" and "Penny, Duke and Benny", Colin Skinner's "Funkey Rhymes" CD and iphone app, "Top Hat" by Richard Shelton, Jon Barker's "Songs to Strike a Chord", Florin String Trio, several works by musician Nick Ethridge, and Gareth Lochrane's Grooveyard "Put the Cat Out" - winner of the Best European Jazz Group Recording 2003.
Whether it's a big band, orchestra, quartet, choir, soloist or voice-over, Chris can turn your project into a quality, professional recording for reasonable rates and flexable hours.