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Australian recording engineer, producer and studio designer. Originally from New Zealand, Sayers began his career as a musician and moved to Australia in 1966 playing keyboards for the Toowoomba band The Defenders. He began his recording career with Natec Studios in Sydney, before moving on to [l=T.C.S. Studios] in Melbourne, [l=Festival Studios] in Sydney, and then [l=Trafalgar Studios] in Sydney in partnership with [a=Charles Fisher].
In 1977, Sayers rebuilt the Trafalgar control room, before moving to Byron Bay to set up [l=Music Farm Studios]. He later returned to Sydney and moved into television production, then to Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, to lecture and design the studios at [l=Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga], and become a studio design consultant. In the mid 90s he returned to Byron Bay and music production. Since then he has gone on to design and refurbish numerous studios including [l=Cloud Studios], [l=Music Farm Studios], [l=Flying Fox Studios] and [l=Guruland].