SongCave Studios

Recording, Mixing and Mastering. Phone 0402 224 122 or email  

SongCave Blue Mountains Recording Studios is the one stop shop for music creators. VIDEO HERE! We offer state of the art:-

  • Recording
  • Mixing and
  • Mastering

Our expert team understands that creating a CD is just one aspect of the job – so we offer a comprehensive range of services, including:-

  • Arrangement
  • Session players
  • Distribution
  • CD and DVD duplication
  • Sound design for film and web
  • Hosting, promotions, domain rego
  • Music and audio production tuition (AMEB Accredited since 1989)

  • Live production systems (with engineer)
  • Technical setups for your own studio (MS/Apple certified since 1995)

As an added bonus, SongCave Studios is ideal for eco-conscious musicians. The property sits above an ancient cave and backs onto a lush bushland valley, our recording rooms have been crafted from renewable forest timbers and we utilise solar power. We also have a barbeque area and solar-heated saltwater pool, which makes for a relaxing and inspirational creative environment.

We offer a genuine getaway, where clients can really kick back and let the magic happen!


Perched above an ancient cave in Lawson, in the heart of the amazing World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains of NSW Australia, SongCave is just 1 hour and 20 minutes drive from the busy hustle and bustle of Sydney’s CBD.

Lawson and Hazelbrook Railway stations and Village shopping centres are within walking distance – since we charge by the song and not by the hour - you can take your time and relax whilst creating music!

The studio backs onto a green bushland valley with a private solar heated, salt water swimming pool and BBQ area - making for a fertile creative environment.


SongCave Blue Mountains Recording Studios acknowledges that we are located on the traditional lands of the Darug and Gundungurra peoples.

Eliot Reynolds’ family has a long association with the Blue Mountains and were among the first European settlers in Katoomba (Crushers) dating back to the mid 1800s. Captain Robert Henry Reynolds’ sold part of his land to John North who is remembered as the Father of Katoomba. Now Katoomba who's your Daddy?



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