Alan Nash

In 2018 I had an Podcast idea but no idea how to get it off the ground.


After my first meeting with Keith we recorded my first show a week later!


Now with over 100 shows under my belt I would not be where I am without Keith and The WEL Podcast Studio.


If you are thinking of launching a Podcast look no further than The WEL!

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Gavin Rittoo & Stew Fowlie

We initially went to the WEL Podcast Studio with a podcast idea – that’s all it was, an idea. We weren’t really sure how it was going to work or whether it could be done. Keith Easton turned our idea into a reality with great enthusiasm, knowledge and expertise. Working with Keith is always pleasure and never a chore. As an expert in the field he offers brilliant advice and guidance when appropriate but allows the client free reign to explore different ideas and get creative.


From the episode planning, to studio recording and post production the experience is always first-class at the WEL Podcast Studio. The studio itself is fantastic – a relaxing spacious environment allowing for natural conversations to flow – making the guests feel at home. In terms of post-production – Keith takes the stress out of it all. No deadline is too tight for Keith and he is always willing to go the extra mile to meet the needs of the client. 


Couldn’t recommend the WEL Podcast Studio highly enough. A relaxed, fun and professional environment for creating high quality content.

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Gary Heatly

In the summer of 2018 I was keen to get my own podcast off the ground, but wasn’t sure how to go about it. Keith Easton at The WEL was recommended to me and, after a great initial chat, I was soon in the studio that August recording the first ever Driving Force episode.


The process for that one was very smooth with Keith taking care of a lot of the leg work to get the episode ‘live’ - and things have gone from strength-to-strength since then.


Two years on and I have now begun a second podcast - This Ability - with Keith’s help and he was again a very useful sounding board to get this one going. He also helped my co-host Maria Lyle feel comfortable as she got used to doing this sort of thing and that was invaluable.


If you or someone you know is thinking of starting a podcast, make sure and get in touch with Keith.


Emma Dodds

I couldn't recommend The WEL Podcast Studio highly enough.


Since starting our podcast Keith has taken care of our every need, guiding us through with the utmost expertise. Even in these strange times of Covid-19, the remote service has allowed us to continue to record shows of the highest quality - well content aside! 


I didn't know where to start when I first came up with the idea of hosting a golf podcast, but Keith immediately made me feel at ease and helped with every detail. 

Brilliant service and having now worked on a few projects with Keith and Graeme, I can genuinely say it's always a pleasure. 

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Chris Blair

Having the inspiration and desire to create your own personal podcasts is something I, and I'm sure, countless others have often thought about, but once you see the logistics of doing it yourself it can become a little daunting.


  • There's the equipment for one, which needs to be of a high, broadcasting standard.

  • The software for post-poddy editing. (Yup, it's not as simple as 'hit record and we're done').

  • Music licensing, file transference, the list goes on and on. 


These pressures vanish with The WEL Podcast Studio. Company director and engineer Keith Easton ensures that from the moment you are put into his capable hands, the only thing you have to focus on is the content. With all the latest broadcast-ready equipment (mobile and static), top class editing facilities and a newly refurbished recording suite The WEL Podcast Studio has everything you could possibly need, including extremely competitive prices. 


Go. Create. Enjoy.

Rob Wainwright

Cannot recommend or thank Keith and Woosh Entertainments enough for the fantastic job they did livestreaming the Doddie Aid Dinner Party back in February.


No easy task moving smoothly from household to household throughout the evening, be it multiple camera angles of sizzling steaks, cutting into the many music acts or keeping tabs on Ally McCoist as he charged through the wine list.


An amazing production that was the making of a truly memorable evening.


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