Liverpool

Bringing Liverpudlians the next generation of practice spaces. Mix, play, produce, create, rehearse, chill — there's space for everything at Pirate.

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Your space to create

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, our specialist Merseyside studios are the perfect place to create, write, produce, practice and mix with no distractions.

In Liverpool there are 15 spaces ready for your next project: 

  • Hone your mix on club-standard equipment in the DJ studios
  • Rehearsal studios to jam with your band or practice for the next gig
  • Recording studios to write and produce songs or capture vocals

Simply book and pay by the hour using our easy live calendar. It's time to let your creativity flow.

Close up shot of a guitarist using a Pirate Studios rehearsal studio

What is Pirate?

A worldwide network of DJ, production, rehearsal, podcast and dance studios, giving you round the clock access to create. Because we’re open 24/7, we've made the experience entirely self-service using our unique entry code system — but if you ever need a hand, we're here. The fastest way to get support is via Live Chat.

Community producers using a Pirate recording studio

Stay creative with COMMUNITY

Set up by artists, for artists, COMMUNITY is the home for Pirate creatives worldwide.

Ask for advice and feedback on your music, put out a call for a collab, enter competitions, share the best-kept secret in your area… or simply connect with like-minded people. It’s all possible here.

  • Collaborate: Seek out a collaborator to contribute to your next project, or offer your skills to someone in need.
  • Feedback Room: Share your works in progress or completed tunes, receive advice, and provide constructive feedback.
  • Challenges: Your chance to show the world your talent. Win gear, studio credit, mentoring, and much more with regular artist challenges.
  • Industry advice: This section will help you to understand the ins and outs of the industry. Chat about processes, marketing your brand, and anything else related to the business of creativity.
  • Artist opportunities: Get your music featured on Pirate.com, receive exclusive offers from Pirate partners, and plenty more.

Sign up for COMMUNITY in seconds.

Graffiti adorning wall of Dickson Street, close to Pirate Studios Liverpool location

'Iya and 'iya

What's left to say about the city's musical heritage that hasn't already been said? The birthplace of The Beatles, Echo & The Bunnymen, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and umpteen more attracts culture aficionados from far and wide, to landmarks such as the Museum of Popular Music and Mathew Street, since time immemorial.

For the alternatively inquisitive, there's plenty more off the beaten path to explore:

The docks: a whole range of independent reclaimed furniture and clothing shops hidden away make for one of the area's best-kept secrets

Ten Street Market: Just around the corner from us, this hipster haven serves food, drink and flea market curios throughout the week

Dig Vinyl: Bold St. store with an intimidatingly-large selection of indie and niche records for the brave wax enthusiast

Know somewhere worth shouting about in the area? Head to COMMUNITY and spread the good word.


Enjoy industry-standard equipment at affordable prices at our Liverpool studios


From the Community

"I love Pirate and everything they do to support new artists!"

Jamz Supernova

Frequently asked questions

The Liverpool edition of our FAQs has the top things you need to know about your session. Need more help? Hit up our support team via Live Chat.

Getting here and access

Driving? There is paid on-street parking available.

If you're coming by public transport, buses stop on both Regent Road and Great Howard Street.

What is verification and how does it work?

Being verified unlocks extra features at Pirate, like Refer-a-Friend credits. You also need to have your identity verified before you book one of our DJ or recording studios, so it’s a worthwhile investment! Don’t worry, the process only takes two minutes.

TIP: Use your mobile, it's easier to get a clear shot of your face/document.

I'm having trouble with a code or lock — help?

Slow and gentle!  Our locks can be a little sensitive so put your code in slowly and as detailed on your booking — such as * 1 2 3 4 5 6. Don't forget the star!

You might be sent a four-digit code as a replacement for the booking, such as 1 2 3 4.  As above, press slowly and in this case, with no star, *.

If you're having trouble with the lock or code, please contact us and we'll help get you in as soon as possible.

What if something breaks or I need a spare?

Spares in every location! We carry lots of spares in our sites, just in case you need any further equipment or something has a fault.  You'll also find lots of spare cables and mics in our rehearsal studios if needed.

Something missing from the room or you need an item from the Spares cupboard? Hit us up on Live Chat via the website. We will be more than happy to help.

Set up your Pirate.com account

It takes less than two minutes to become a member:

  • Visit the account creation page.
  • Enter your details in each field. If you have a referral code from another Pirate customer, please enter it at this point.
  • Select Join Pirate.com and we’ll send you an SMS to confirm your mobile number. You’ll need to confirm this number before you can use your account.
  • Confirmed? You’re ready to book.

How do I book a session?

Our live booking calendar shows the latest availability of studios. You can book anywhere from a year in advance right up until a few minutes beforehand. Some studios are popular, so we recommend securing your slot in advance.

TIP: Book enough time to set-up and get comfortable with the gear, and set-up/pack-down anything you’ve brought along. 

Can I hire extra equipment?

In the UK you can hire various pieces of equipment for your booking. Some gear is chargeable — we've outlined how to hire and costs below. In the US, DE and IE, our studios come fully equipped.

How to hire extra equipment

  • Make a booking (or if part of a band or group, find out the booking details from the account holder)
  • Note the location, studio number, date and time of your booking
  • Fill out the form here
  • If your item is chargeable, we'll automatically charge the card used to make the booking
  • We'll text you/the account holder with confirmation of the hire and the codes to access the Spares cupboard
  • If the item is unavailable, we'll let you know via text and let you know when it's next available
  • Once you've finished your session, simply use the same codes to return the item to the Spares cupboard

Chargeable
Cymbals — £5 per booking (no time limit)

Free
Cymbal stands, keyboards and stands, mics and stands (not condenser mics), music stands, headphones (but we do suggest you bring your own).

All items are subject to availability. Fill out the form if you're ready to hire.

Are food and drinks available at the studios?

A handful of locations do have vending machines but we suggest you bring your own food and drinks with you. Most Pirate sites are near local shops for convenience, and several sites have a kettle and microwave. Check out our support hub or the location page for your Pirate studio for further details.

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On-site Facilities

  • Free WiFi
  • Kitchen area
  • Custom temperature control
  • Professional equipment
  • Spares available
  • Self-service, pay by the hour
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Rehearsal studios
  • DJ studios
  • Recording studios
Floorplan: Ground floor

Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year


Find Us

Getting Here

10 Regent Road, Liverpool, L3 7BX

The studio address is 10 Regent Road, Liverpool, L3 7BX.

Driving? There is paid on-street parking available.
 
If you're coming by public transport, buses stop on both Regent Road and Great Howard Street.
 
Have a question or need support? Check out our FAQs, use the Live Chat, or call us.

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