FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are committed to he health and safety of all our current and potential members. We follow all Federal, state, and county COVID-19 precaution guidelines and other best practices to combat the spread of coronavirus. We also have face masks and hand sanitizers always available. Face masks are required in order to enter the facility.
Yes! We like money just like most people.
Payment via Cash, Venmo, Zelle, PayPal and all major Credit Cards
We are a 24 x 7 x 365 facility. We have staff available to meet
all your needs all day and all night!
We have a kitchen with a fridge, dishwasher and a microwave. We also have Keurig coffee machine and a selection of hot teas.
Feel free to let us know what you like and we can get it here for you or you can bring your own. We also have a couple of meeting rooms and a small lounge to hang out in. We also provide hi-speed internet access via WiFi.
We would love to get started working with you. Please reach out to us and we will get in touch right away to discuss next steps and get you moving asap.
FAQ FOR MUSIC RECORDING
Some frequently asked questions regarding music recording include:
What is the recording process like?
The process is basically not difficult or technical for you as an artist. Normally an artist will speak into a microphone that converts the sound into electrical energy which is received and also sent back to the artist via the headphones worn. The acoustic instrument we have records the sound from the microphone while we listen to the sound and evaluate the output for quality.
What is the cost of a recording session in your studio?
The cost of recording at our recording studio starts at $65.00 per hour with an engineer. An individual that considers working with 8+ hours or more may be eligible for a discount, feel free to get in touch with us if for additional information.
How is your recording studio built?
Our recording studio is built to standard with good acoustic treatment. Different materials were utilized to either reflect or absorb sound in the studio. So basically, the physical structure is also designed to give a recording artist the best possible outcome.
Why should I consider using a professional studio?
There are different reasons why you need a professional studio just like ours. We have the right physical structure that supports good acoustics, top-notch equipment, and experienced engineers and producers to help you get the best possible recording product.
How do you guys make money?
Our pricing is used for both individual artists, bands, and corporate entities. So we get involved in the recording of different content for different brands and individuals. Some of our clients consider us as the best recording studio in DFW, so we find it reasonable to attend to clients with various purposes of engaging in music production and sound recording.
How do I know when to visit the studio for a recording session?
Every studio session is by appointment. Usually, when you contact us and make demands on the number of hours you need, we will arrange for a time that is convenient for all of us. Once that is done, you will be able to have your session at the appointed time. Also, please note that it is important to be at the studio location a few minutes before your scheduled recording session time.
Do you have a recording staff or can we self record?
We offer both options. One of our skilled staff can handle your needs but we also have some super affordable self recording options for artist, producers and engineers to grow your skills and business. Some other activities that our staff can handle include; mastering and mixing the audio, taking photos, recording a video, especially for those that want to capture the vibes while you are here.
What is the task of a recording studio engineer?
The person that handles the task of evaluating your recording for quality is the studio engineer, also known as the audio engineer. The studio engineer also works closely with the artist to select the best possible outcome from a recording session. The studio engineer will most likely work with you to select the best out of the various recordings avaialble.
Should I expect my label to handle the cost of studio sessions?
Labels are more interested in music that goes viral and not the recordings you are still working on. This means you need to be ready to handle all the costs of studio recording process.