CDB Recording Studio has openings starting the 1st weekend in June of 2018. Our engineer, Zach, has 20 years of recording, live performance, and teaching in the music arts. Some of the albums he has done for bands have been nominated for awards. He has done genres in:
Plays - audio for
It's not so much the equipment, but the person running the equipment that will get you professional results. In other words, just because you have all the greatest tools, doesn't mean you'll have great results.
For those that would like to know what tools Zach uses in the studio:
#1 - Zach's Ears (if you don't have the trained ears, you're not going to get the results)
#2 - Zach's Experience
Analogue Mixing Board:
Soundcraft 6000 - Arriving on the scene in 1988, the British-made Soundcraft 6000 recording console was released into direct competition with legendary designs from Neve, API, Trident, AMEC/TAC, and Neotek. Everything at CDB Recording Studio runs through this console. Four band EQ with sweepable mid-range, line & mic pre-amplification, phantom power, hi-pass filter, phase switch, six auxiliary sends, mute, solo in place, and signal routing matrix. In the late 80ís a fully outfitted Soundcraft 6000 could cost upwards of $40,000 USD.
32 tracks at once when recording
128+ tracks at mixdown
Record at 44.1/48/88.2/96 - 24 bit quality
Ampex 350 Stereo Mixdown Deck (circa 1950's)
Microphones made by:
Zach can record and mix your tracks, mix tracks you've recorded somewhere else, and edit songs that need trimming.
You can record Demos, 5 - song LP's, and full length albums.
If you're interested in more information call or text Zach at (262)344-2129
Contact by email: CDBStudiosWI[at]gmail.com (to contact this user, replace '[at]' with '@' in their address and use your email program. This is done to prevent spam bots from harvesting email addresses.
Contact by phone: 262-344-2129
posted on: 2/2/2018 1:59:56 PM
Please note that you should be very conscious of any possible scams when placing or replying to an ad on any website including MilwaukeeRocks.com. Anyone offering you a large amount of 'extra' money or offering to direct deposit into your bank account should be regarded as a fraud and a scam. You should never give your bank account, passwords, social security number, credit card number, or even birthdate and full name to ANYONE when responding to an ad on any website.