Please Park in the gravel lot in front of the studio, the entrance is through the Black gate. As soon as you arrive, we will immediately begin setting up for the session. During the recording process, we will be happy to help co-produce and provide you with our ideas and recommendations on ways to make your recording sound its absolute best.
Of course. Scheduling a tour by email is easiest, but you can also call the studio (919-656-0863) (please leave a message if no one answers, we always return calls). Sometimes we can do the tour the same day you call depending on our schedule and whether we are in the middle of an active session. In no event would it take more than a week or two for you to be able to tour the studio. We do ask that you not drop by the studio without an appointment because a session may be in progress or the studio might be closed.
Not usually. Sessions begin at the time you schedule them. Much of the engineering work begins as you start setting up so we have to charge for this time.
Yes you can. There is no additional cost to bringing your own Producer. You would only pay for your studio time and the house engineer.
Absolutely. Please contact us for further details.
Yes we can do most voiceover work. We have no video editing or viewing equipment.
No. But we are working on making that a real thing in the near future. We will assist you in finding the right mastering engineer for your music, as the mastering reflects greatly on us and the quality of your recording.
Yes. We we'll need to talk to him or her to see if he or she is qualified to run the studio. Usually this works out fine.
Never. But there are close Airbnb’s near by.
No way to know. A well-rehearsed band can lay down most of the basic tracks pretty fast. Overdubs can take anywhere from one to seven days depending on the amount of work and each bands particular preferences. Drum tracking and editing usually take 1-2 days. However, the length of time it takes to record an album really depends what each individual band is looking for. Many of our better songwriter/band projects have taken ten to fourteen days to complete the album. Some projects go faster. If this is your first time recording, it is best to go ahead and add time to your estimates for completion of your album.