The Studio

When building the studio, one of our main goals was to design an acoustically pleasing control room. Having a listening environment as neutral as possible aids us in making informed decisions when mixing and mastering. The Control room feels spacious with its 30 m² and the Live room (38 m²) holds a wide variety of instruments and amps. Both rooms has roof windows to let natural daylight in.

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Equipment

 Microphones 

 
Condenser
Line Audio CM3 (x2)
Milab DC 96
Neumann U 87 Ai
Neumann KM 84 i (x3)
Oktava MC-012 (x2)
Shure Beta 91A

Dynamic
AKG D 12
AKG D 112
AKG D 190 E
AKG D 3700
Milab P-14 C
Sennheiser 407
Sennheiser e906
Sennheiser MD 421-II (x2)
Shure Beta 52A
Shure Beta 57
Shure Beta 58A
Shure SM7B
Shure SM 48
Shure SM 57 (x∞)
Shure SM 58

Ribbon
Beyerdynamic M160 (x2)
Coles 4038 (x2)

 Preamps 

AML ez1073 (x2)
Classic API VP26 (x2)
Classic API VP28 (x4)
Classic API VP312 (x2)
Don Classic NV73 (x2)
Don Classic NV73EQ (x2)
Sound Skulptor MP573

 Outboard 

AML ez1073 (x2)
AML ezMEQ-5
Don Classic NV73EQ (x2)
Hairball 1176 Rev A (x2)
Pultec EQP-1A (Drip Electronics)
SA-3A (LA-3A clone x2)
SB4000 (SSL type buss compressor)
TC Electronic M300

 Monitoring 

Avantone Active Mixcube
AKG K550
Genelec 7260A
Genelec 8240A
Genelec GLM
Sennheiser HD650
Yamaha HS80

 Personal Monitor System 

Behringer Powerplay P16-M (x3)

 DAW 

Pro Tools HD 10 & 11
Logic Pro X
Avid HD I/O 16×16
Avid HD I/O 8x8x8

 Amps 

Ampeg Reverberocket
Ashdown ABM 300 (+ 4×10″ cabinet)
Crate Vintage Club 30
Fender Bassman 100
Fender Blues Deluxe
Fender Super Reverb
Marshall JMP-1
Marshall Master Lead Combo
Sovtek Tube Midget 50H
Tech 21 Trademark 120

 Instruments 

Fender and Gibson guitars and bases
Fender Banjo (5-string)
Rhodes MK1
Upright piano
Variety of acoustic guitars, percussion etc

 Drums 

Ludwig Sky Blue Pearl – 1967 (22″, 16″, 13″)
PDP Platinum Series (22″, 16″, 12″)
Some good sounding snare drums