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  • Starsound Studios picture of ProTools Mixing Board on a computer monitor

    Mixing

    Starsound Studios picture of our drum set ready to record

    Recording

    Starsound Studios picture of our mixing and mastering rack of gear

    Mastering Engineering

    Starsound Studios picture of our Neuman microphone ready for voice overs and vocals

    Voice-Overs & Vocals

  • Control Room A

  • Welcome To Our Control Room A

    Our Control Room A is a professional listening environment. It has the proper corrective acoustic treatment. Treatment in control room A ensures the best listening environment possible. The key is to analyze the room. It will determine where to put acoustic treatment. When you are finished with the treatment repeat the acoustic measurement. It makes sure that the room performs as it should. Control Room A passes with flying colors and did better than the expert ever expected. The room now enables our equipment to sound its best.

    Control Room A has multiple absorbers. They absorb sound. It has bass traps located in the corners. Bass sound builds up in the corners. The room also has diffusion. Diffusion panels do just that. They are designed to scatter sound when it is struck. Those treatments are on both the walls and ceiling.

    There is an absorption cloud over the mix position in Control Room A as well. It hangs just below the tiles on the ceiling. The acoustic cloud gives us the widest sweet spot possible. Starsound Studios Control Room A is a 15-foot wide room. The depth of our control room is 16 feet. The ceiling height is 9'6".  The fact that these dimensions are not divisible along with the treatment is key. The room also has two sofas and two mix position chairs. These creature comforts provide our clients and us with plenty of space to relax. Space also allows the luxury to bring in the extra equipment of your own to record if necessary.

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  • Studio Equipment List 1

    1. ATC SM25 Pro speakers

    2. Focal Spirit Headphones

    3. JBL Eon speakers

    4. Avantone Mix Cube speakers

    5. Sweetwater Creation Station

    6. Octo Card Universal Audio

    7. Duo Card Universal Audio

    8. Pro Tools HD-I/O 32 channels

    9. Antelope Audio Orion 32 HD

    10. Audient Microphone Preamp 32 channels

    12. Dangerous Music 2 Bus LT

    13. S-3 Control Surface

    14. Pro-Tools Dock

    15. Avid Eucontrol

    16. Cloud Lifter on all dynamic microphones

    17. Universal Audio LA-610 Mic Preamp

    18. Radial Ox8 32 channels

    19. Hear Technologies Hear Back for monitors

    20. Dangerous Music Monitor ST

    21. Behringer X Air XR 18 Monitor Controller

    22. Behringer P 16 M Six personal mixers

  • Studio Equipment List 2

    1. Dangerous Music Additional Switching System

    2. Presonus Studio Channel for room mic's

    3. Neuman TLM 49 Vocal Microphone

    4. Coleman Audio Qaud VU Meter

    5. Dynamount automatic mic movers

    500 MODULES

    6. dbx 530 Parametric Equalizer (twenty)

    7. dbx 560 A Compressor (twenty)

    8. 542 Rupert Neve tape emulator

    9. 543 Rupert Neve compressor

    10. 551 Rupert Neve Equalizer

    11. X Filter Elysia Stereo Equalizer

    12. Nvelop Elysia Stereo EQ Dynamics

    13. XPressor Elysia Stereo Compressor

    14. Karacter Elysia Stereo Tone Color Generator

    15. DBX Subharmonic Synthesizers

    16. Radial EXTC Guitar FX Interface

    17. PH-1 Coleman Audio1/8 inch interface

    18. Radial XAMP Re-amping Module

    19. Direct Sound Isolation Headphones

    20. Focal Spirit Headphones for Vocalist