Recently, we’ve had several people come in to the studio to “check us out” and I’ve noticed something odd. Invariably, prospective clients ask to “see the studio”. They get shown the control room, the isolation room, the live tracking room. The rack full of gear. The camera system we use in place of window glass. The carpeting, the high ceilings, the pile of microphones, the monitors, etc.
But not one person has ever asked to “hear something that has been recorded” at this studio. Not one person. Not one time. Never even came up. I wonder why.
A recording studio is so much more than a physical location, a building, an address, a pile of hardware, an “echo-ey” room. It’s a feeling, a sense of belonging, a place to relax, create, inspire, encourage, and collaborate.
That’s what we do here. (Or should I say what we do “hear”?)
This website has a page of excerpts and snippets (“Audio Samples”) of recordings that were recorded at this studio or by us in a previous space & time. Take a listen. And if you stop in ask to hear something through the studio monitors.
What’s it sound like?