Good recording studios in Triangle area (or beyond, if they're really good...)?
grady at ibiblio.org
Thu Jan 27 10:12:13 EST 2005
I was gonna mention Rossi's studio (he's done stuff recently for The
Nein and Erie Choir, among others) but he just did that.
There's also Nick Peterson, who used to be half of Polyphonic Audio & is
now running Track & Field with Jon Byrd in part of the old Go Studios
space. I dunno direct contact info but here is a thing in the Indy about
Nick has done good work with a lot of local indie-rock bands & I've
heard nothing but good stuff about their new setup.
Unsolicited free advice: the more you practice & arrange ahead of time,
the cheaper the recording gets, no matter what studio you go to.
hangintough99MAPSON at hotmail.com wrote:
> Anyone know a good recording studio for making demos to get gigs, and
> that would be good enough to put on a CD release? I'm a little out of
> the loop as far as the scene goes around here, but I recall a place in
> Mebane that was called, Duck-kee studios I think? Or something like
> that? Are they around, and if so, are they a good option for a start
> up band? I just did a search on the group and a guy named "Ryan
> Pickett" came up, and wondering if he'd be a good option. I just need
> something really basic. It's just two of us right now (me on
> guitar/singing , and my friend Lucas on drums). Basic
> rock/pop/soul/folk/R & B originals. We don't have a bass player, but
> the option to lay down a bass track on the recording would be nice. Or
> organ would be good to. And we're on a budget, so discounts for
> recording at night, or buying blocks of time, whatever, would be great.
> Looking for good bang for the buck, but not wanting to skimp where it
> counts. (To quote Shaw, "Mere parsimony is not economy.") Anyway,
> just wondering. Thanks to anyone offering advice! Feel free to post
> here or to send me an email: toddigoe
> [ATTHERECORDINGSTUDIOTHATROCKSHARDONMYHAT] yahoo.com
> Thank you,
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