Studio Sýrland has two sound studios. Studio Sýrland, from which the company derives it’s name, was founded in 1988, it’s first assignment being the recording of the Sugarcube’s second album, “Here Today Tomorrow Next Week”. It was designed by David Hawkins, who had recently designed a new sound studio for Abbey Road Studios. The chief techincal engineer, Tim Owen, worked on the Abbey Road project as well. Many of Iceland’s greatest artists have recorded their albums at Stúdíó Sýrland. The second studio in Skúlatún 4, Stúdíó Írak, is Iceland’s only specialized mastering studio for CD and DVD publications. Through the years we have gathered much experience in most fields of sound recording and production, providing excellent workmanship at reasonable rates. Syrland also offers dubbing via has three sound studios, one of them held in high regard by one of Syrland’s biggest customers, The Walt Disney Corporation, where great demands are made to the quality of sound recording and