As you are probably well aware by now, in october we moved into a new space. It’s a professionally designed room. The live room is some kinda weird irregular enneagonal (9 sided polygon for those of you who aren’t math nerds) shape, its really hard to describe, so why not just come check out it for yourself. To schedule a tour contact Henri or James at 216-501-1204 or 216-905-5714 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This summer we are very thrilled to be taking on several interns. The first of our group of interns, Matt McCroskey, started last week. Some of the first things they have been helping us with is improving the acoustics of the new space; Which we are very excited about the improvements going on. The control room cloud, and the bass traps were just redone.
We recently set ourselves up a small wood-shop in the back warehouse room with the intentions of being able to offer custom built instrument cabinets, combo amp to head conversions, and flight cases. Why go the handcrafted route? It all comes down to customizability to exactly suit your needs, have a higher quality product that actually sounds better, and be able to do that at a reasonable price! Perhaps you love your combo amp but wish you could have a head and cab instead, we also can convert heads or make you indestructible flight cases! We love taking on unusual projects, like reproducing a vintage Fender 3×10, or designing a sealed enclosure that is treated acoustically inside like you might expect a room to be, all just to give you the most pleasing tone you can get. For a custom quote, contact Henri K. W. Rapp at 216-501-1204 or email@example.com
Now Booking June & July!
We have some time still open for sessions in June, so if you’re getting ready to record, come check out space or book a session with us. Contact us via Phone or Email;
Since getting the new spot, we installed a ceiling cloud (85 of the 2×4 foot guys) stuffed with rock-wool and covered in different colored fabric. We attached them to the concrete ceiling with pipe hanger and tapcon concrete anchors and a hammer drill. Exhausting and messy work on scaffolding! The wall treatment has been redone using our high performance rock wool acoustic treatment, after we tear out the nasty pink Owens Corning stuff. Rock wool outperforms any other commercial acoustic treatment, by approximately 6 times, and is cheaper. We’re using mostly the 8# 4″ thick stuff, which is double as absorbent as the fiberglass based stuff that’s in there now.
Our New CFO
This is our new CFO, Dorothy ‘Frog Dog’ Furface.
Our First Summer Intern
Matt McCroskey, from Solon.
Custom Bass Cabinet
This was one of our first custom cabinets. It’s about 2 years old now. Its ported, has two high performance 12″ celestion bass drivers with neodymium magnets, and stuffed with a high performance acoustic material, rock-wool. All that means it has an incredibly controlled and accurate low end, with plenty of power (600 watts) to spare.
The Control Room’s New Bass Traps
These new corner bass traps really help tighten up the low end in the room, which is important when you are trying to get good tone.