At Sound Sound we're passionate about music. Producer Hamish Campbell loves his job, and takes pride in helping others achieve great results. He has been honing his craft since starting work at the studio in 2004, following SAE Institute graduation.
As well as recording and producing for other people, Hamish writes his own music and releases on various labels. He performs live and djs at clubs, festivals and parties across the country, and has featured on numerous BBC radio shows. He is a co-founder of the Black Lantern Music label. People enjoy dancing to his music and he likes that very much.
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SOUND SOUND AWARDS
Nominated for Best Eclectic Producer at the 16th worldwide Independent Music Awards, 2018, for the Tryptamines album 'The Way Which Can Be Named Is Not The Nameless Way'
Nominated for Best Instrumental EP at the 16th worldwide Independent Music Awards, 2018, for the Emotive Underground ep 'More Unforgotten Friends'
Judges included Tom Waits, Amy Lee, Sepultura, Slayer, Dido, Sublime, The Kills, Alt J Suzanne Vega and more.
sound sound TESTIMONIALS
(pre social media)
"It was an absolute pleasure recording with Hamish at Sound Sound. He was incredibly helpful and even managed to sort out a live Skype session with the director of the audiobook I was working on - all the way from Los Angeles! The atmosphere in the studio is very relaxed but also very professional - making it the ideal environment for any and all recording needs. I would HIGHLY recommend Sound Sound to absolutely everyone! Thanks again.
Allan Scott-Douglas. Random House Audiobook recording, September 2013."
PRESS For Hamish's Own Music
"One of the most inventive pieces of British hip hop that I've heard in a long long time" - Mary Ann Hobbes (BBC Radio)
"Electronic wizardry" - Rob Da Bank (BBC Radio)
"Brilliant brand new Scottish music" - Huw Stevens (BBC Radio)
"Now here's a producer that treats music as Picasso did paintings. Morphamish's works seem similarly varied in terms of both style and subject matter, and he's just as prolific. When it all goes cubist, his glitched up blends of fragmented bass music act like the Three Musicians packed in gear for a sampler, synth and sequencer. Needless to say, he's a nutter, but the good kind that always smile as they rock back and forth to a sinewave LFO." - Massie (Boiler Room, Electrikal Sound System)