About Us

AWSound is an audio company based in London, England. Run by Adam Whalley, a producer who specialises in audio recording, mixing and acoustic sessions.

Since 2013, I’ve been involved in producing acoustic sessions for TeamRock.com – an international radio station based in Southwark, London and since July 2015 we have officially sponsored these sessions and provided the audio equipment. These sessions have seen me work with astronomical artists such as Slash & Myles Kennedy, Cheryl Crow, Richie Sambora, Alter Bridge, Joe Bonamassa, Rival Sons, Issues and Fightstar – however these names are just a few on a list totalling over 200 different artists.

I’ve also been involved in the production of varying studio and live projects with artists such as Patch Bawn, Wille and The Bandits, The Earls of Mars and Circus 66 and there are varying projects coming soon!

In 2015, various projects were embarked upon, including the production of Mascot Label Groups’ Big Boy Bloater & The LiMiTs 2016 album ‘Luxury Hobo’.

I work with a solid ethos to provide top quality productions and hi-fidelity audio to give the music a cutting edge to be able to breakthrough into what is nowadays an extremely competitive music industry. Alongside a variety of high-end quality audio equipment and production tools, AWSound always strives to provide the best.

 

The AWSound engineer – Adam Whalley

With years of experience and education in the music industry, I’ve worked with over 150 different artists in studio, live and acoustic session environments. With artists including Slash & Myles Kennedy, Cheryl Crow and Joe Bonamassa, I have cut my teeth around some of the finest musicians on the planet. Working for Team Rock, I’ve exclusively produced over 150 acoustic sessions, as well as performed Front of House duties on tours, mixed and recorded albums and EPs for reputable artists and mixed a wealth of other audio and visual projects. I place all my energy into projects to make sure that the best sound possible is achieved, whether that’s from a band recording an acoustic session to working intensely with an artist to from the song writing process through to recording, mixing and mastering.