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16 Music Jamming Studios In Singapore For Those Ready To Upgrade From Karaoke Sessions

Music jamming studios in Singapore


So, you probably think you sound like a superstar while belting out tracks in the shower. But, in order to reach actual stardom, bathroom acoustics won’t cut it. You’ll need a soundproof space and modern equipment to practise and record. And that’s where music studios come into play.

From affordable joints to those that stay open 24 hours, here are 16 music jamming studios in Singapore.


1. The Music Parlour – Most affordable studio from $15/h


We get it: while you’re out there producing bangers, you’d still like to stick to a budget. That’s why wallet-friendly studios like The Music Parlour exist so you won’t have to break the bank.

Image credit: The Music Parlour

With the cheapest room going for $15/hour, it’s hard to beat the rate at this star-studded spot. Joie Tan made use of the facilities and Charlie Lim produced a track or two here so you know the place is legit.

The studios at both the City Hall and Farrer Park locations come in different sizes, with the largest room that can hold up to 10 people. Whether you’re flying solo or coming through with your entire band, you’ll have options.

Besides rehearsals, other services are available including equipment rentals, and professional recording.

City Hall outlet
Rates: From $15/hour
Address: 3 Coleman Street, #04-20, Singapore 179804
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 85116989 | The Music Parlour’s website

Farrer Park outlet
Rates: From $20/hour
Address: 140 Owen Road, Singapore 218940
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 85116989


2. The Basement Studio – Opens 24 hours daily


If you belong to the group of aspiring artists whose creativity only peaks at night, then The Basement Studio is for you.

Image credit: @rubbitez

Situated in the basement of Golden Mile Tower, this Singapore staple opens 24/7 and comes with 2 rooms. And TBH, they’re possibly some of the vibey-est spaces we’ve seen so far thanks to the LED ambience lighting. 

Of course, both rooms are also fully-equipped with recording and live streaming essentials such as drum sets, guitars, and keyboards. There’s even a mixing room for you to play around with different software and audio systems.

Rates: From $25
Address: 6001 Beach Road, B1-84, Singapore 199589
Opening hours: 24 hour
Contact: 84891634 | The Basement Studio’s website


3. Trinity Music Studio – Modern equipment and cosy vibes


With a nearly solid 5-star rating from over 200 discerning musicians, it’s safe to say that you won’t be disappointed at Trinity Music Studio.

Image credit: @trinitymusicstudiosg

Operating from both Kovan and Tai Seng, the cosy spaces come with killer amps and quality gear that’ve been kept in tip-top condition. Opt for either a solo, duo, or band package to save some moolah.

Another feature that ranks high on our list in terms of convenience is its self-check-in system. All you have to do is book a timeslot, show up, and key in the door code to gain access. Easy peasy.

Kovan outlet
Rates: From $24/hour
Address: 183 Jalan Pelikat, B1-29, Singapore 537643
Opening hours: 8am-10.30pm, Daily
Contact: 91269764 | Trinity Music Studio’s website

Tai Seng outlet
Rates: From $22/hour
Address: 50 Playfair Road, #04-03A, Singapore 367995
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7pm-2am | Sat-Sun 9am-2am
Contact: 91269764


4. Tonehouse Studio – Offers recording & live streaming services


Between recording and live streaming, there’s not much Tonehouse Studio can’t do.

Image credit: @tonehouse.sg

While the Bedroom is more compact and catered to casual jamming sessions, the massive Living Room is where serious business takes place. Here, you’ll be able to rehearse, record, live stream, and even host your own gig.

For more elaborate shoots and events, feel free to rent the entire studio space. There are also filming and mixing experts onsite should you need help.

Rates: $11.30/30 minutes
Address: 35 Selegie Road, #03-09, Singapore 188307
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-12am | Sat-Sun 8am-2am
Contact: 92985762 | Tonehouse Studio’s website


5. Treble Cube Productions – Minimalist black & white studio


Technically, you don’t need a full-blown studio to sing your heart out. Your living room works just fine. But when the place turns out to be a 24-hour music den with multi amplifiers, a mixer for drummers, and even free audio and video recording, then you should be there with bells on.

Image credit: @treblecubeproductions

At Treble Cube Productions, you’ll be able to make the most out of those perks and even channel your inner Adele through its karaoke system. The 2 studios are fully automated so you and your crew can have total privacy to jam all night long.

Rates: From $15/hour
Address: 111 Kaki Bukit Avenue 1, Level 3, Singapore 415990
Opening hours: 24 hours
Contact: 81894846 | Treble Cube Productions’ website


6. Lithe Style – Free parking after 5pm


Lithe Style might have gone through several changes of name in the last decade, but it still remains a hipsterific haven for musicians. 

Image credit: @lithe.style

Nestled in a shophouse in Little India, the studio is small but mighty. It opens 24 hours and comes packed with professional jamming gear and gadgets. In fact, singers and bands hold gigs and record tracks here so trust that the equipment is artist-approved.

And don’t worry, Lithe studio is fully automated so you can go balls to the wall and scream your fave songs without worrying about anyone watching. 

Rates: Enquire with establishment
Address: 23 Madras Street, Singapore 208418
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 94599994 |  Lithe Style’s website


7. Vent Box Productions – Located in CBD


The fact that Vent Box Productions is run entirely by musicians signals only good things to come.

Image credit: @ventboxproductions

At this modern dig with underground vibes, expect to find pro-grade equipment such as a 2x high gain guitar amp head, a bass amp head, and a 6-piece drum kit with cymbals. All of which, IMO, will amplify your performance and make you sound like a Grammy Award-winning artist.

For recording sessions, 2 engineers will be on deck to track, mix, and master while you put on a concert.

Rates: From $20/hour
Address: 1 North Bridge Road, #02-20, Singapore 179094
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 7pm-12am | Fri 7pm-3am | Sat 5pm-3am | Sun 12pm-12am
Contact: 87690676 | Vent Box Productions’ website


8. Anadigi Soundlab – 5-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT


Combining the elements of a recording studio, a photo studio, and a co-working space, Anadigi Soundlab hooks you up with the latest gizmo and gadgets to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

Image credit: @anadigisoundlab

There’s the Studio Live Room for belting and live streaming purposes; the Control Room to mix and edit your tunes; and the Living Room where meetings and workshops take place. The folks at this Geylang haven also offer professional videography and photography services for music videos and album covers.

Rates: From $54/ 2 hours
Address: 668A Geylang Road, Singapore 389595
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.30am-11pm | Sat-Sun 10am-11pm
Contact: Anadigi Soundlab’s website


9. Play By Ear – SG’s largest studio


To say Play By Ear is spacious would be an understatement. Taking up an entire factory floor in Geylang, this enormous studio resembles a mini concert hall that can easily fit up to 50 people.

Image credit: Play By Ear

Given the rave reviews, we reckon the high-class equipment here can be trusted. Studio booking is straightforward via its website. Once that’s done, all there’s left for you to do is unleash your wannabe rockstar vocals and drape your body across the light-up stage.

The venue is also fully automated so if you can’t hit a single note in Halo, you’re fine. No one will be there to notice.

Rates: $45/hour
Address: 362 Upper Paya Lebar Road, #06-02A, Singapore 534963
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 92766737 | Play By Ear’s website


10. Plugged Studios – Conveniently located in Orchard


Plugged Studios might seem pretty lowkey, but it’s regularly packed with novices and pro singers alike. 

Image credit: @plugged.sg

Located in Orchard, Plugged Studio offers a small but energetic experience. The rooms are cosy, the equipment is epic, and the doors are open 24/7. If you want to practise your Lana Del Rey wail at 3am, the folks over here will welcome you with open arms.

Rates: Enquire with establishment
Address: 21 Cuscaden Road, #06-05, Singapore 249720
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 91804371 | Plugged Studio’s Instagram


11. Decibel Studios – 20% off for students & NSF


The fact that a group of jammers run the show at Decibel Studios means you’ll never have to wonder if you’ll find the latest instruments and equipment here.

Image credit: @decibelstudiossg

But that’s not all you’ll get at this cosy 24-hour spot. There’s also a 20% discount on all bookings for students and NSF. If you’re still not sold, then we hope the free drinks and phone chargers at Decibel will change your mind.

Rates: From $27/hour
Address: 21 Cuscaden Road, #05-01, Singapore 249720
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 92390212 | Decibel Studios’ website


12. Roar Studios – Boutique space with 5-star Google rating


It only takes 1 quick look at the solid 5-star Google review to know Roar Studios takes their music seriously.

Image credit: @roarstudiossg

Since its inception in 2021, this boutique music den has become the place to be for rehearsals, recording sessions, and live streams. Perhaps it’s the extensive list of instruments it has. Or, maybe it’s the fact that not many studios in Singapore offer complimentary mixing and mastering.

Plus, there are discounted packages for band jams and rehearsals just in case you fall head over heels with the facilities at Roar Studios.

Rates: From $40/hour
Address: 19 Burn Road, #07-02, Singapore 369974
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am-12am (Closed on Sundays)
Contact: Roar Studios’ website


13. Music Brio – Fully tuned with classes for children


At this point in the music studios game, quality equipment is pretty much a given. That’s why these days, jammers factor in other things like the location, the price, and the list of services when taking their picks. And on an island full of recording studios, Music Brio ticks all of the boxes.

Image credit: @musicbriostudio

Situated 5 minutes away from Paya Lebar MRT by foot, the acoustic studio offers drum practises, recording sessions, and instrument classes for children. To prove that you take jamming seriously, consider taking up a membership that comes with cash vouchers and a free booking in your birthday month.

Rates: From $15/hour
Address: 511 Guillemard Road, #02-19, Singapore 399849
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 9117 2115 | Music Brio Studio’s website


14. Cocoon By Rockarolla – With relaxing rooftop lounge


Started 10 months ago, Cocoon By Rockarolla has been the place to be for Yishuners who’d rather not annoy their parents by singing on top of their lungs in the living room.

Image credit: @cocoon.by.rockarolla

Despite being relatively new, the venue has been hosting a melange of artists and neighbourhood locals who share a love for music. It has major swank vibes and also opens 24 hours in case you’re looking for a new way to spend your Friday night. 

Image credit: @cocoon.by.rockarolla

Plus, there’s a rooftop lounge if you need to give your eardrums a break in between jam sessions.

Rates: From $30/hour
Address:  1 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #08-18, Singapore 768160
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 9225 9864 | Cocoon By Rockarolla’s Facebook


15. Verta Collective – Multi zones with futuristic vibes


While “modern” and “chic” are appropriate adjectives to describe Verta Collective, they barely scratch the surface of its charm. Or, appreciate its futuristic setups that look like they belong to a Star Wars movie set.

Image credit: @vertacollective

At The Studio and The Creative Space, expect to find the latest instruments for all of your jamming needs. Here’s where you’ll be able to rehearse, record, and unleash your popstar personality. 

Over at The Lounge, you’ll be able to kick back and relax or even use it as a filming set. As for Studio B, only enter if you’re producing music, editing tracks, or live streaming.

Rates: Enquire with establishment
Address:  621 Aljunied Road, #07-04, Singapore 389834
Opening hours: 24 hours, Daily
Contact: 8850 0656 | Verta Collective’s website


16. 4th Wall Studios – 25% off bookings during off-peak hours


A “best jamming studios” list would not be complete without this upscale destination. Packed with grade-A equipment, in-ear monitoring, and live recording, 4th Wall Studios is a guaranteed good time.

Image credit: @4thwallstudios.sg

With weekday specials like the 25% discount for bookings between 12pm-5pm, it’s hard to stay away from this joint. Between rehearsing, jamming, recording, and even producing a mini album, you might find yourself here often.

Rates: From $35/hour
Address: 63 Jalan Pemimpin, #05-01, Singapore 577219
Opening hours: 12pm-1am, Daily
Contact: 98231448 | 4th Wall Studios’ website


Jam it out at these music jamming studios in Singapore


We’ll admit: we also live for living room shows and bathroom performances. But if you’re serious about singing, then your apartment won’t cut it. You’ll need some space, solid instruments, and even a bit of help from the sound engineers at one of these music studios.

Whether you want to sing, dance, or scream from the top of your lungs, there’s a place for that.


Cover image adapted from @vertacollective, @tonehouse.sg, The Music Parlour, @rubbitez.

Samantha Nguyen

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