Graeme Durham
Graeme works in Studio Three and is one of the original founding members of The Exchange with a career that spans over 26 years.
See Discogs Discography.
He originally worked at The Sound Clinic, part of Island Records, where he mastered artists such as Grace Jones, Bob Marley, Black Uhuru, Kid Creole, U2, 4th and Broadway and the Pogues.
Graeme left Island Records in 1987 to form The Exchange. Graeme is an audio enthusiast with an interest in vintage audio equipment.

Mastering Projects include:- Adem, Aswad, Adamski, Ali B, Art of Noise, Audioweb, Auguste, Bomb The Bass, Bodekka, Candyskins, Cutty Ranks, Daytona, Eat Static, Fourtet, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Gemma Ray, Grace Jones, Groove Armada, House of Pain, I Blame Coco, Juan Mclean, Joe Gideon and The Shark, King Tubby, Kieron Hebdon, Lee Scratch Perry, Lovebox, Mum, Nitin Sawhney, Nouvelle Vague, Ozric Tentacles, Omar Faruk, Outfit Faux, Medimilize, Mum, Misty Oldland, Moodyman, Mediaval Baebes, Mr. Hudson, Nouvelle Vague, Peacefrog Catalogue, Parsley Sound, Plaid, Petra, Plaid, Prince Fatty, Prodigy, Paul Johnston, Pricillas, Procul Harum, Renegade Soundwave, Sander Kleinenberg, Seasick Steve, Skunk Anansie, Stereo MC's, Sandy Dillon, Sundial, Super Collider, Sakura, Sundial, Sigur Ros, Talvin Singh, The Grid, The Mekons, The Young Knives, Tits of Death, True Skool, Up, Bustle and Out and Ultra Living.