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Our Studio


   Our Studio is a perfect recording space for bands, rappers, singers, voiceovers, podcasts, and more. Here artists are able to dial in the sound they're looking for the ideal sound with a complimentary recording engineer included. All of our recording engineers are certified and experienced in multiple genres of music, as well as Podcasts, Commercial Production, ADR, Voiceovers, Analog Tape, Large Format Analog Recording Consoles, and more.

Gear List



Neumann TLM 102

Telefunken AR51

Beyerdynamic M160

Blue Bluebird

AKG C451B [2]

Shure SM57 [6]

Shure 545SH Series 2

AKG Perception 100

Behringer ECM 8000

Audio-Technica KP Kitpak Drum Mic Kit [2]


Countryman Type 85 Stereo

Hand-Wired American Vintage Style DI


Fender Stratocaster 1984

Fender Telecaster 1984

Fender Jazz Bass w/ '75 Pickups


Rhodes Mark II Stage 73

Yamaha DSR-2000

Korg X50 Music Synthesizer


Fender 68' Custom Princeton Reverb RI w/ Long Decay Reverb Mod

Honeytone N-10


Vox Original Wah-Wah V847-A

Line 6 DL-4 Delay Modeler

Heil Sound “The Talkbox” 


Recording System:

Apple Mac Pro 6-Core 3.5 gHz 64GB

Focusrite Scarlett 18i20

Pro Tools 12

Logic Pro X



Yamaha HS8 [Pair]

w/ K10s Sub 


Audio Technica M20x [5]

Audio Technica M40x

The Recording Process

The Recording Process



Tracking is the process of recording the various instruments that are used to perform a song. Usually, a song is recorded one track at a time. Every time you record a new track, you hear all the other ones you’ve recorded as well. This is the process of multi-track recording.




This stage focus is to move around parts that aren’t in time, adjust pitches that aren’t quite there, or polish tracks by fading the beginnings and ends of each part so it comes in and out smoothly. The goal of this stage is to get the performance sounding as good as possible, nothing more.


Mixing is the process of combining all the instruments you’ve recorded into a stereo 2-track mix. A good mix will let you hear all the instruments clearly and with detail. It will have depth and motion. It will sound good and support the intention of the music. Important to note that the beginning to a good mix is a good tracking technique and a good performance by the artist.

Old School Recorder


Mastering is the process where we correct any minor deficiencies that was missed during the mixing process. This is also when we raise the level of all the tracks so they’re “hot” (loud) and even in volume. By putting each song through the same mastering gear and adjusting to the same level, it makes them sound more like they are coming from the same album.

How should I prepare for a session?

How Should I Prepare For A Session?

Rehearsal is the name of the game. To get the most out of any session, we strongly recommend artists and other clients take time prior to coming into the studio to rehearse their performances and make any changes to them as they deem necessary. This ensures less downtime and more time spent making hits!


Before coming into the studio for a booked session, please email any instrumentals, reference tracks, or reference materials to your assigned recording engineer. This allows us to save you time and get your session up and running as quickly as possible.

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