Our sound engineers have years of experience tracking and recording top artists and bands. We always use high end microphones, preamps, and audio interfaces to ensure you receive professional sounding audio unmatched by smaller home studios. We offer vocal tracking, drum tracking, and we can even record small ensembles in our live room.
There is a two hour minimum for recording sessions.
We do not charge extra for mixing and mastering during your session an Evenform! Our speed and quality is unmatched by our competitors. All of our engineers use all the latest pitch correction, reverbs, delays, and effects plugins that you hear every day on the radio. Whether you’re a contemporary pop artist or the next Lil Baby, we know exactly what sound you are looking for and how to achieve it.
If you have a track that is already recorded, reach out to our engineers for information on what to send us and we will give you a quote for your next project!
The first day is spent tracking the drums. Usually, everyone will play and be recorded with the exception of the vocalist. Sometimes, the drummer may track by himself if planning to record to a click track. Generally, guitars, bass, etc. are re-tracked and punched (for correction) after the drums are completed.
The vocalist is often times needed to conduct the band and to make sure that there are no parts of songs left out. The drum tracks should be recorded and the tones will be worked on and dialed up on the first day or two of the recording. Keys, Horns, Percussion etc. can be recorded after the primary rhythm tracks are done if there are no parts that rhythm tracks have to sync to.
Only the performers that are actually recording need be present to record their parts after the primary rhythm tracks are recorded unless there is a producer of the project. No one needs to be present for the editing. Samples can be added after the songs are mixed down unless there is a sample with a rhythm to sync to.
It is not necessary for anyone to be present for the mix but, it is up to the band as far as who attends the mix session. I recommend that only one or two people attend the mix session. Select the person(s) that is the producer of the band. Someone who will listen the mix and not individual instruments.
Someone who understands the collective compromise on how the band should be mixed. I do produce artist if they ask me to. I don’t charge more for this but, I’m very picky so sometimes the recording process can usually take longer. Ultimately, whoever is commissioning the project has final say so with me. So, make sure that you guys and that person or those people are in an agreement with one another on how the project should sound.