Studio B

Designed for recording vocals or overdubs, Studio B can be used to edit or for pre-production. Studio B is also available for production or without an engineer.

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Equipment List

Interface

DAW

Microphones

Apogee Duet 2 

Pro Tools 10

Neumann U87

Rode K2​

Rode M5 x2

AKG 451B

Shure Beta 91A

Shure Beta 52

Shure SM58 x2

Shure SM57 x2

Audix D2 x3

Frequently asked questions

Mixing and Mastering

What type of music do you Mix and Master?


We work on all genres and in Any Language! Everthing from Rock to Hip-Hop, Electronic Dance Music to Country, R&B to Classical, Reggae and much more!




What is a clean version?


A clean version or “radio edit” is precisely that, an edited version of your song that’s clean from any laungage the FCC doesn’t approve for Radio, TV, Film, Video Games, etc.




Why should I have my song Mastered?


Without Mastering, your song might be too low or even too loud and when DJs and Radio Stations spin your record, you want it to meet the standard volume of today’s biggest hits, without sounding distorted.




Why should I have my song Mixed?


Mixing is the glue that holds a record together. Engineers strive to give the best rough mix they can after they record a song, but more time needs to be spent making sure all of the levels are accurate and they didn’t miss anything in the studio.




What's the difference between Mixing and Mastering?


Mixing is the process by which all of your tracks: kick, snare, vocals, bass, synth, guitar, etc are all combined and blended by means of levels, equalization, compression and other effects into a summed two channel stereo Wav file.  Mastering is the final step of audio post-production. The purpose is to balance sonic elements of a mix and optimize playback across all media formats. Mastering is done using tools like eq, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement. When mastering an LP the engineer will make sure all of the songs are at the same volume.





Recording

What type of music do you record?


We record and work on all types of genres! Everthing from Rock to Hip-Hop, Electronic Dance Music to Country, R&B to Classical, Reggae and much more!




Do you have space for large instruments?


Yes, our rooms are 10x10 and can accomodate large instruments such as pianos and drums.




Do you have block rates available?


Yes! Both rooms have block rates available. $250 - 5 Hours in Studio A $180 - 5 Hours in Studio B




Can I email my beats ahead of time?


Yes, you can email any beats to jon@thevibestudios.com or bring them on a flash drive to your session. If they’re online (YouTube, SoundCloud) feel free to email links to the beats or just wait until your session to download them here.




Can I record a song and get it mixed right after?


Our engineers will proved you the best rough mix they can after they record a song. From there, the song still needs to be mixed with fresh ears before it’s ready for the clubs/radio etc. You can either have us mix and master the song, or book a few hours in Studio A to put the final touches on the mix another day.





Pricing and Payment

What type of payments do you accept?


All deposits are processed through PayPal. For the remaining balance we accpet cash, Apple Pay and Cash App as well. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can use any major credit card to book a session or pay for a mix/master.




What is your refund policy?


We require a 48hr cancellation to receive a refund on your deposit. Mixing and Mastering services are non-refundable.




How do I book a session or get a song Mixed and Mastered?


All booking is done online by clicking Book Now. For Mixing and Mastering services please visit Mixing or Mastering.




Do you have block rates available?


Yes! Both rooms have block rates available. $250 - 5 Hours in Studio A $180 - 5 Hours in Studio B




Do I need to pay a deposit?


Yes, all sessions require a 50% deposit. If you need to reschedule your session you must contact us at least 48 hours before your session in order to avoid any cancelation fees.





Studio A vs Studio B

What’s the difference recording Vocals in Studio A vs Studio B?


Studio A is equipped with a Neumann U87, arguably the most iconic microphone in history along with Neve and SSL preamps. Studio B uses Apogee preamps and a Shure SM7B - one of the most popular microphones for recording hip-hop/rock vocals. If your budget allows, then Studio A is recommended for almost all of your needs, but if your an independent artist, Studio B delivers industry quality recording at an affordable price.




Can I record instruments in Studio A?


Yes, Studio A is equipped with 16 pre amps and 24 ins/outs allowing us to record vocals, individual instruments, or a full band.




Can I record instruments in Studio B?


Yes, Studio B can used to record Guitars, Keys, Bass, anything with 1-2 inputs. If you’re looking to record Drums or more than 2 channels you’ll want to book Studio A.