FAQs

Where are you located?

Our studio is based out of Houston, TX. We love recording local groups, but we have a mobile recording setup as well. This means no matter where you are, we can bring the recording fantasticness to you.

What if we're not quite ready to commit to recording a full album?

If studio recording is something you're just starting to explore, recording an EP (extended play album) or a single is a great way to discover what the process is like. Singles are also great promotional tools to help your group reach out to new audiences, or to update your fans on your current material. Talk to us about your goals for recording, and we'll help you find the type of release that's right for you.

What are your rates/ How much do you charge to record/ edit/ mix an album with __ songs?

Our rate for all servcies is $65/ hour. We understand that no two projects are the same, and financial situations from group to group can vary, so cost per song can vary as well. No matter what your budget, we're committed to finding a solution that works for you. Talk to us about your goals, and we'll be happy to work out a custom quote for your project. Click here to get started!

What are the steps involved in studio production?

The process of creating a studio a cappella record can be divided into four main sections: recording, editing, mixing, and mastering. To learn more, visit our Services page.

What can we expect the finished product to sound like?

If we do our job correctly, it will sound exactly as it sounds in your head. Regardless of what style of production you're looking for, our primary goal is to help you achieve your vision. You can be as involved in the production process as you like. It's your album, so it should sound exactly how you want it to! For samples of our previous work, check out our “Listen” page.

Once our album is finished, how do we get it out to our audience?

Logistical steps like licensing and distribution are important to consider when preparing for an album. We recommend using platforms like Loudr and DiscMakers, as they treat their clients well, and have great customer support. If you need help, we're happy to guide you through the process.

 

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