Good/cheap local recording studios?

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Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby bigdon531 » 4/4/2012, 22:37

Are there any good and cheap local recording studios? I'd like to do recording for a CD, and I don't have any money to spend, really, but I'd still like to have a quality end product.
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby riversidesam » 4/9/2012, 11:28

This isn't a great answer, but with recording, you always get what you pay for. What are your goals for the project? Are you looking for something to release, or to demo?
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby bigdon531 » 4/9/2012, 22:21

Something to release. I know good recording is expensive, but I was hoping to find a 'hidden gem;' something someone might know about that isn't necessarily mainstream.
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby JonathanGoolsby » 4/13/2012, 11:12

bigdon -

Ashley Peacock has a startup recording studio over in Norwood in an old church. It's the studio where Over the Rhine practices. His rates are very reasonable, since he's just getting started.

E-mail me salinaunderground (at) gmail and I can get you in touch with him for a quote, if you want.

He's also an excellent vocal coach.

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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby IanBolender » 4/19/2012, 08:01

We just started an ongoing listing for local studios here: http://cincymusic.com/resources/local-recording-studios

Let us know if any of these studios should be removed, or if any others should be added!
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby northsidegarage » 4/22/2012, 09:59

We've been happy with Candyland studios. Price is good and we've never had any issues with the quality.
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby alexevansmusic » 5/6/2012, 14:49

I would look for a freelance audio engineer. Perhaps Matt Vollet or Chad Wahlbrink. I tracked a record with Chad and it turned out great. He charges $75/day for tracking, $40/song for mixing, and $10/song for mastering.
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby OneLouderstudio » 6/16/2012, 14:47

Hi, I'm Mark the owner and lead audio engineer at One Louder Studio, we just opened our new location above The 86 club in Cncinnati. If you get a chance check us out www.onelouderstudio.com

One Louder Studio
2818 Vine St.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-341-LOUD (5683)
www.onelouderstudio.com

We actually operated in Hamilton, OH for the past three years and we were given the opportunity to take our studio to the next level... Hope you dig it.
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Re: Good/cheap local recording studios?

Postby EFischer » 6/18/2012, 09:17

Skeetones have used Chris Schmidt for all of their recording needs, and haven't had any complaints. He's very affordable, and easy to work with! Not sure where his studio is located now, he just moved from the Mason area. 513-404-0810.
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