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Summerisle Studios

Summerisle rose from the ashes of Free Lunch Studios which used to operate in Brixton and Kingston. Having bought out the operation and moved it to Sutton, South London, we built it up what is basically an excellent home project studio.

We can record and mix multiple tracks of digital audio and midi on a G4 Mac with Logic Audio Platinum software. With digital editing, EQ, and CD burning facilities it is a pretty self-contained operation.

We have produced and/or recorded many other acts, some of which are available as official releases.

As well as bands of all styles we have dubbed many Film Soundtracks; created lots of Foley and Sound Effects; recorded Opera Singers, Hypnosists, Talking Books and Voice-Over artists. Here's a few of them:
  • Peter Cadle - Hold Me Responsible CD Album (Mastering 1995)
  • C.J.Schuler - The Thought Parade CD Album (Digital post Production 1996)
  • Perfect Children - Games For May MMAD Records Vinyl EP (Produced by David Fisher 1997)
  • Peter Sarstedt - The Green Alphabet Song (Remix, produced by David Fisher, 1997)
  • Bill Pritchard - Happiness and Other Crimes Ncompass Music CD album (Selected tracks, produced by Tim Bradshaw, engineered by David Fisher, 1998)
  • Blue (Several tracks for eponymous CD Album engineered by David Fisher, 1999)
  • Viv Youell - Love in the Afternoon CD EP (Produced by Tim Bradshaw, engineered by David Fisher, 1999)
  • David Fisher - Firehorse Summerisle Records CD Album (Produced by Tim Bradshaw, engineered by David Fisher, 1999) Available for download at iTunes
  • The Little Acorns - 40 Classic Kids Songs Summerisle Records CD Album (Produced and engineered by David Fisher and Alex Heffes, 1999)
  • Lop Lop - Making the Same Mistake CD album (Selected tracks produced and engineered by David Fisher, 1999)
  • The Lightbulb Heads - Quirkus CD album (Engineered by David Fisher, 2000)
  • Stephen Galvin - Voice-Over Demo (Engineered by David Fisher, 2002)
  • Sporting Life - Percussion Overdubs (November 2002)
  • Robin Wells - Magic CD Album (Engineered by David Fisher, 2002)
  • Red Wing - Traditional Ukranian folk music trio - Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitar, Double Bass - a pleasure to work with!
  • "Coming Home" - Theme from ITV series "Stan the Man" by Alex Heffes and David Fisher.
  • Oxford University Press - Arrangement and Production of music for three OUP educational books for kids - the "Three in a Tree" books went on to win a British Council award I believe.
  • The Little Acorns Vol 2 - 40 More Classic Kids Songs Summerisle Records CD Album (Produced and engineered by David Fisher, 2004).
  • Rory Fellowes - Production of an album. Rory was last heard of in around 1969 when he released two singles. A CD of his co-written songs by artist Tim Hollier has just been reissued on CD. Rory has made a very successful carrer for himself in animation since taking a prolonged break from music.
  • Acoustic Poohsticks - This acoustic band are mixing their album at Summerisle. Amazing vocal harmonies and great songs written by Peter Watts.
  • Spygenius - Production of "Going to Hell" album, 2007
  • Oxford University Press - Arrangement and Production of 26 jingles for an educational alphabet CD-Rom
  • Oxford University Press - Arrangement and Production of 9 songs for OUP educational books for kids
  • Criswell - Early stages of production of the "More Than True" album for completion 2007
  • Early production work on "The Little Acorns' Topsy Turvy Xmas Pantomime" album
  • Voice over recordings for 2 short films by Molly Brown 2011
  • Oxford University Press - Arrangement and Production of 52 songs for OUP educational books for European Market 2012
  • Voice-over recording for Deuce radio 2012
  • Vocal recordings for "Save the Rhino" Charity 2012
  • New David Fisher 12 song album "Things That Belong to the Emperor" 2012
  • Backing vocal session for Spygenius recording of song "California Sunshine" 2012
  • Recording and producing 10 song album for Rory Fellowes for completion in 2012
  • Sunset as seen from the windows of Summerisle