It's very hard to find a recording studio placed in the forest.
Oh, and here we are!
Musicians and crew can find a moving and persuasive harmony with loads of emotional delights coming throughout recording.
More good things about recording studio: floor area 100 m2, windows look out on nature, possibility of recording any instrument.
Also you can do some pretty interesting sound experiments on account of adjustable commutation field.
Studio's control room contains nearfield and outfield monitoring systems.
Big tune-hall has 6 m. from floor to ceiling.
For the record, acoustic instruments you can also do in the very bright and very stonish stone-room (which drummers are so in love with). Vocalists do their best takes at inconceivably radiating (through the vocal room window) sunset.
It appears we have a beautiful ethnic instruments collection;
likewise we recorded sounds of nature (in HQ, of course), like, birds, insects, wind, rain, thunder, fire, etc.
It's ok, you can write us, we luckily have greed deficiency.
Our setup: ProTools HD3, PowerMac, Lynx Aurora AD/DA Converters, tube preamps and compressors, legendary effect processors, wide microphone base.
Our small, but pleasantly comfortable, hotel with fireplace, chess and poetesses is misused in recent times for additional field of musical madness.
We don't know exactly why, but it's sickly cheerful.
You can easily reach our place. See contacts and master plan.
We have moderate prices and we also give preference to clients with plans for the long recording session (in that case prices are floor).
And here peacefully lies our news archive in which you can read and see about enviroment and recording studio construction.
We live not so far from "Spivaki" (means "Those Who Sing" and speaks for itself) village, which was founded in XVII century.
It's absolutely fantastic here.