Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How much does it cost to record?
A. $90.00 (2-hour session)
$180.00 (4-hour session)
$325.00 (8-hour session)
Q. What are your hours?
A. 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Wednesday thru Sunday. (All sessions are by appointment only. 2 and 4-hour sessions are available on weekdays and weeknights. Saturdays and Sundays are reserved for 8-hour sessions).
Q. How many songs can I record?
A. 3 to 4 songs per session. (This is important to keep in mind when budgeting for your demo, EP, or full-length recording. Below are some examples showing the average number of songs artists record per session:
Solo artists - 3 to 4 songs in a 2-hour session.
Vocal groups - 3 to 4 songs in a 4-hour session.
Groups with drums, bass, guitar, and vocals - 3 to 4 songs in an 8-hour session).
Q. Do you offer mixing?
A. Yes (Mixing services are available for most styles of music. However, we do not produce Beats, Rap, Hip Hop, Dance, or Electronic Music).
Q. How much does it cost to have a song mixed?
A. $150.00 per song (The average cost for mixing a song is $150.00. However, prices do vary. For example the the number of tracks/instruments recorded for each song, the number of songs within a project, as well as many other factors all have an effect on this pricing).
Q. What is mixing?
A. Mixing is the process of combining multitrack recordings into a final stereo product. Tracks are blended together using various processes such as track editing, equalization, compression, effects like reverb and delay, panning, as well as instrument and vocal level adjustments.
Q. Do you offer mastering?
A. No (For quality mastering services we recommend hiring a professional mastering lab, and engineer, for this extremely critical part of the process. However, if needed we are able to provide a few essential mastering services).
Q. What is mastering?
A. Mastering is the final process applied to stereo mixes for industry-standard results. Mastering examples include equalization, compression, and limiting, as well as formatting for duplication and digital release.
Please consider your total budget when booking your recording sessions. Recording, Mixing, and Mastering are only the beginning of a successful music release. You will also need to get your music out there. Marketing, promotion, publishing, and distribution all cost money. And once you've made a recording worthy of sharing with your family and friends, you'll want all of your future fans to hear it as well.