AUDIO RECORDING SERVICES
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REMOTE RECORDING (limited availability during the Covid situation)
|This service brings the experienced engineering and production skills of Steve Carr to the location where your band rehearses. This recording service includes a rough mix of the song or songs recorded. You will also receive a consultation relative to making better recordings with the particular set up you might have at your location. Price: $160 per song (multi-song discount rate - see booking-info page for pricing details and more information).|
With the Remote Recording Service, the necessary equipment is brought to the location where your band rehearses to record the songs in one session. During the remote recording session, I might tune your drum kit, change the positioning of sound sources, coach musicians on their parts or playing techniques etc. Please note: it is required the musicians be able to get their "keeper" take within a few attempts - i.e. everyone should be well rehearsed. The band's instruments also need to be in proper working order ahead of time - e.g. stringed instruments need their bridges to be "intonated" ahead of time. I will subsequently provide a rough mix of the songs we recorded as well as the individual tracks if you want to mix them using your band's DAW mixing system. For an additional fee, I will also carry out the mixing and/or mastering of the recorded songs as described on the Online Mixing and Mastering Service page. Stereo mix stems can be provided of the sub-grouped mixed and mastered instrument and vocal tracks. You can use the stereo mix stems to complete the recording of a problematic vocal or guitar track (for example) on your own after the Remote Recording Service has been provided. You would then just blend in the new track with the mix stems previously provided. If you have any questions about the current availability of the remote recording service, please use the contact page.