If you consider yourself a gearhead or have a curiosity about the equipment you'll have access to, take a peek below:
We have a big string family: violin, viola, cello, Epiphone acoustic guitar, Schecter and Washburn electric guitars, mandolin, ukulele, and banjo. We also have a flute and a Yamaha Clavinova piano, which serves as a MIDI keyboard.
Experience a bit of what made the 70's so groovy with analog gear that adds color and vibe to your recordings. Three channel strips (two dbx 286s pre-amps and Warm Audio WA-73 EQ) and the Warm Audio WA-2A tube optical compressor work to shape your sound inside our Focusrite Scarlett 18i20. You can also easily adjust your signal path with our XLR and TRS patch bays. If you're new to analog gear, I'll walk you through how it works.
For your digital audio workstation (DAW), choose between industry standard Pro Tools, recording-friendly Logic Pro X or electronic staple Ableton Live 11 Suite.
You can choose between a dynamic mic (Sennheiser e 906) or four condenser mics (AKG C214, AKG P420, Rode M5 Matched Pair). Don't know which is right for your voice or instrument? Don't worry! I'll help you figure it out. We can also set up multiple mics so you have sonic options.
To list all of our plug-ins would be onerous, but trust that you have your pick of all the industry standouts for synths (Serum, Diva), vocal processing (Nectar, Melodyne, Auto-Tune), general audio processing (RX7, Ozone 9), creative effects (Portal, Soundtoys bundle), and mixing (FabFilter suite, Waves Gold).