It took me way too long to get photos up of my new recording studio in Great Falls, but here they are!
The Recording Studio Virtual Tour
We’re in the basement of the Columbus Center in Great Falls, MT. it ain’t pretty and it’s kind of creepy… but there’s a door that stands out from the others…
But you know you are in the right place… you open it to see an oasis in the basement.
You turn to your immediate left and see the first of our two isolation rooms. It is comfortable for singers, guitars, instruments and more.
You enter further and look into the first booth from the window in the control room.
You look at the mixing area… what is everything?
You turn around and see that there is some very comfortable seating for your stay in the studio.
Then you ntice the second isolation booth, much bigger and roomier thn the first. This booth is also good for singers and musicians, but will be able to handle the Live Drums you wanted on your album!
You turn around to see where you came in… it is a cozy space, but lots of room to get done what you need to do. Filtered water , a fridge and microwave mean you don’t have to leave for a while! You can enjoy the time you spend on getting the proper music production your project deserves.
The Studio – Before
We put a ton of work into the Recording Studio. Special thanks to Wally Bossie, Joe Ryan and Charlie Maxwell among several other helpers on the construction… And very special thanks to frien and local artist, Alma Winberry who did all the design and acoustic treatment work! You can find out more about her artwork HERE.I thought you might