Hereís an opportunity to work in a casual, relaxed environment with a pro sound engineer/producer, pro drummer, lifelong musician, drum tech for a well-known national act. Due to low overhead, Iím able to offer my studio, talents and services at these extremely competitive hourly rates.
imagine for a moment what it would cost to hire an engineer($40/hr), producer($70/hr) and and a session drummer($50/hr) for your next studio project - then picture getting all three skill sets for just $23/hr! ($21/hr on weekdays)
Comfortable studio environment featuring unlimited tracks, 24 channels, 3 rooms, lounge with game systems and fridge, free secure parking and a quiet rural/suburban setting with easy access to and from the pike and I-95.
Songwriters can put aside the drum machines and programmed loops that bog down your demos with a lifeless feel. I will write, perform and record tasteful, appropriate drums tracks for all of your material -intuiting exactly what your songs need! Across nearly ANY genre! I also collaborate with clients in all manner song development as needed, and of course, engineer your project as well.
you don't have to pay for an 8 or 10 hour block minimum just to get in (although you can if you like!). You don't have to spend the first two hours on drum set-up, micing, and line checks. Lots of gear is all ready to go. You can save tons of money.
Open to projects of any size. Bring your own gear, or use what's mic'd and ready to go here at the studio.
Everything from session work to the final mixdown is simply the flat hourly rate. This is simply a tremendous value - with hourly rates that run between 30-500% below the cost of standard industry rates. At these prices, clients can truly feel free to take the time needed to make the production come together right.
please reference the useful info and the all the audio samples found at
http://www.myspace.com/nobscotstudios - there's about 25 songs you can hear from current and past clients. you'll also find a great deal of info to help you decide if this might be a good for you, your band or your music