Starting it's days under the moniker "Shanty Town Studios" in the early days of the 2000s, the studio was host to many a band rehearsal and hardcore gig before transforming into the highly regarded "Three Phase Studios" over the following decade. With many bands seeking the use of the unusually shaped live room, the studio has thrived on a healthy diet of bands utilising the great drum sound the studio is naturally capable of. Upon moving Three Phase Rehearsals to another location in Brunswick, the recording studio reins were handed over to house engineer Joel Taylor who continues under the name "The Black Lodge."
The studio consists of a large recording space with a medium and small iso booth attached providing plenty of room for large bands to play live with adequate isolation. The large room excels as a live drum room and features timber flooring and 80% reflective surfaces as well as zero parallel walls, giving the impression of an even larger space. This room can also be heavily controlled with the use of gobos and hanging sound baffles. The medium iso booth is also large enough to house a bulky drum kit and if desired could be utilised for a great drum booth sound and of course is ideal for voice/vocal tracking, and any other instruments requiring more acoustic control.