An abandoned shipping container in South Gloucestershire has been turned into a music production studio.
The facility, known as Shipment Studios, was created by three friends after securing the land in April.
Liam Scapens, Jack Houston and Alfie Richardson started the business which they have now opened to the public in Winterbourne.
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After initially having the idea of launching a studio, the trio acquired a container at Avonmouth Docks.
Jack told Bristol Live: “The shipping container was used and on its last legs. It was about to be scrapped.
“There were even holes in it, so we had to hire a porter to fix it. It took intensive YouTube monitoring to help us learn the tricks to help us grow the studio, alongside months of planning.”
The Maersk shipping container has been completely transformed and divided into three sections.
Liam said it took four months of work between the three of them, alongside electricians and other laborers, to complete the project.
“We all work full time, so it was months of hard work pretty much every night to make sure we could finish it,” he explained.
Shipment Studios is home to a vocal recording studio, music production room, and DJ booth accessible through an online booking system.
The container itself was delivered in May and the space was finally opened in August.
The friends, who are all music producers themselves, alternate their shifts alongside their daily work to ensure that someone is always present when making reservations.
The equipment is state of the art, with new CDJ 3000 turntables available for hire.
With Bristol having such a proud musical heritage, there are many recording studios across the city, but the one based inside a shipping container is certainly different.
The studio is located on Swan Lane in Winterbourne. More information about this can be found here.