Q: How Long Will It Take?
A: It depends. Each project is different and has different needs. The best way to reduce cost is for the performers to be prepared when they arrive at the studio. Time spent rehearsing, practicing, changing strings, etc. while in the studio can drive up the cost.
Q: What About Copyright Issues?
A: It is your responsibility to address all copyright issues and comply with copyright laws. If you record and distribute songs written by someone else, you must secure the proper copyright license. In addition, if you want to use a soundtrack, you must also secure a copyright license from the producer of the soundtrack.
Q: How Do I Need To Prepare For Recording?
A: Practice, practice, practice! All of the performers should be ready when they walk in the door. All instruments should well maintained in advance. Consider things like new strings on guitars and checking drum sets for squeaks and rattles. Do bring extra strings, spare drum sticks, etc. A broken string and no spare can end a recording session pretty quickly.
Q: How Much Does It Cost?
A: We charge at an hourly rate. This includes studio time with the performers and engineering time for mixing, mastering, etc. There are also charges for supplies such as CD's.
Q: What Are Your Rates?
A: Contact us. Our rate are very competitive.