The Arch Recording Studio is set to open in Crossens, Southport next month.
The facility, which is based in a converted church on Merseyside, will formally open its doors to clients from November 4.
The Arch is the result of a collaboration between producer Tom Dring, Tom Bellhouse of Tone Artists and lawyer Tom Ghannad (all pictured).
”Our determination against the odds brought us to this point," the three Toms explained of the studio, which is housed in 140 year old church which closed its doors due to a dwindling congregation.
"We cannot wait to share our work on The Arch Recording Studio with you. We have put the artist first and thought about every aspect of the sound and the recording space required as well the experience itself."
Along with recording equipment and space, The Arch also hosts a gym, a games room, a 15 seat cinema and living quarters for up to six people.
The 3000 square foot recording studio also boasts a tracking room featuring acoustics designed by John Brandt.
In addition to the studio, the building will also host a number of offices in an annexe, offering a creative work space for a variety of businesses.
The Arch is available to rent from November onwards, and Dring's productions services can also be hired in-house if required.