Have you spent a bunch of time and money on a recording and you're just not happy with the outcome of the mix?. Or even worse, have you spent a bunch of time and money on a recording and then realized that the "Engineer" had no idea what he was doing?. In todays DAW based recording world, this is an all too common problem.
Too many people with zero training or experience are opening "studios" and making records that sound, well, not so good. Don't fret. If you've gotten too far into the recording process and don't want to abandon your work, we are here to help.
Give us four or five days with your album and we will have it in tip top shape with what you've already got. Tracked with a clean line in? We can reamp your guitars and get the tone you really wanted. Hate your kick and snare? We offer full sound replacement and have a great library of drum samples.
Out of state bands are completely welcome.
BEFORE YOU RECORD
Please enter the studio with your songs well rehearsed, fresh guitar strings and instrument properly intonated, new drum heads (please install and stretch them before you come in. Don't waste your own time.), and ready to work hard. We work hard to make the best recording possible for you. You should do the same.
IF YOU'RE SENDING A RECORDING TO MIX
Pro Tools is preferred. Maximum Bit Depth 24 bits. 88.2 or 44.1 Sampling rate is preferred. Have all songs and instruments labeled and all alternate takes and scratch tracks deleted. Please use capital letters and have the same name for the same instruments in each song. (KICK is KICK in every song. TOM 1 is TOM 1 in every song etc.)
If you're using something other than Pro Tools, please use and send files as .aiff or .wav, have each track consolidated and in it's own file for each song.
IF YOU'RE SENDING TRACKS TO GET MASTERED
Please have a complete track list included and the bit depth and sample rate labeled. Please send only .wav or .aiff. No mp3's or mp4a etc. If you're sending something higher resolution than 44.1 khz/16 bit, please DO NOT dither the tracks.