Record CDs or streaming audioSixteen track remote recording. Classical music recording for strings, organ, vocals, choir, winds, ensembles and full orchestra. Miking techniques developed for classical music are used, usually Mid/Side.

Natural reverb is desired - that's why a large, live room, like a large cathedral, is best. Small rooms or homes are the worst places to record - the inaudible slapback will make your tone sound tinny. If you need to overdub, isolate tracks or produce a "pop" sound, a multitrack studio will be rented. Some good sounding venues are the Meyerson, Mesquite, DMA, and Cathedral Guadalupe. Mid-Side miking with flank and spot mics are typically used with orchestras and choirs.

See the incredible 24' orchestra mic stand!Digital files are recorded into a 16-track computer (96K/24-bit), edited, mixed down, and any mistakes fixed. Seamless editing down to the wave level. All tracks are mastered - not just cut straight to CD - all tracks start and end correctely. Applause is faded out. A sequence of tracks is determined and WAV files produced.

Production ServicesFiles can be used as is or as a master for replicated CDs. WAV files can also be converted to streaming audio, WMA, Quicktime, MP3, YouTube, and Flash. We are familiar with uploading college applications.

We suggest you well-rehearse your group, so you don't have to spend recording time rehearsing. It's a good idea to listen back, at least to the first few takes, to see how you sound on tape. We will try to make sure you are relaxed, not nervous, and are at 100%. Expect to spend 6-10 times the amount of recording/editing time per finished time.

We are experts in competition recording, and have had 1st place winners in competitions like DMTA, Dallas Symphonic Festival, Lennox, Lynn Harrell, Corpus Christi, etc. We make it very comfortable for you in potentially nervous situations. College applicants have won entry into Julliard, Stanford, Harvard, CIM, and Curtis. We have experience in recording and converting formats for prescreening and recorded auditions.

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