Our recording studio is Miami’s best kept secret, or at least has been for several years. The cat is now out of the bag: you simply cannot find the level of talent that our staff has AND the environment that we have to work with under $150/hr in Miami. Because our parent company Little Fish Audio LLC is also a recording equipment retailer, we have access to over $150,000 in equipment, in a state of the art facility, without having to break the bank, or make payments on the facility. We are able to pass along all of these benefits to the end user: YOU! We have managed to collect the finest hardware in the industry: pro tools hdx, Neve and Api mic preamps, Genelec monitoring, in an acoustically accurate environment. Our engineers have experience with a ton of major label work, under the gun, in high pressure situations. At the end of the day, it is the sound of your project that matters. We have the know-how to deliver the goods, with decades of real world experience at our craft, molding ideas into hits. We have a choice of engineers, with experience in Hip Hop, RnB, Pop, Latin, and EDM. Our engineers our patient and have the ability to get the sound that YOU are looking for. If you are planning to use a recording studio in Miami, please do not wait another day to book your session!
Tell me a little bit about the live room. What is … The live room is actually something that I hold close to my heart because Josh and I treated it together. I think that it is pretty special. Mainly because I knew what it sounded like before. Now what it's turned into is this very welcoming and clear atmosphere that when recorded is extremely transparent. I would attribute most of that to the ceiling treatment, which is a stretched piece of fabric. After that was done you could really feel the vibe had changed in there.
Ever since the proliferation of digital technology within the world of recording, many artists have chosen to get lazy and, often rely on pitch-tuning plugins, or think that there is a plugin for every mistake they're prone to make while recording. They're wrong. As an audio engineer, I can confidently say that, despite the wide array of tools at our disposal, it is ALWAYS a better idea to record something correctly from the get-go. Naturally, not all circumstances allow for fine-tuning during tracking, however, a project will ALWAYS become much more time-consuming and tedious, when corrections need to be made that could've been avoided during tracking. More time equals more money. Plus, any time spent correcting mistakes, and cleaning up sloppiness, is time taken away from honing in on the sound of the final product. Over time, having tracked big name acts, with vocal coaches and vocal producers, I can attest to this fact: Every word, every note, must be completely perfect in terms of pitch, inflection, energy, and desired effect. Many times we will track a single line over and over again with multiple takes, until the line is just right. This is not to say that many artists will not repeat a verse 40 or 50 times (especially with rap) until it is flawless. The artists should be comfortable enough to play the part in their sleep, backwards, forwards, with the ability to be playful because it is so well ingrained. This takes time and PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. […]