Gear List

Gear List

Gear List : Recording Equipment is used to record music or songs in the home or a recording studio. Nowadays, a recording studio can range from a transformed garage or basement to a multimillion dollar facility with state-of-the-art equipment. The typical professional recording studio is divided into two rooms: the performance space, where the sound for the recording is created, and the control room, where the sound from the studio is recorded and manipulated. The equipment Gear List found in a recording studio normally includes the following: a mixing console, multitrack recorder, microphones, and reference monitors which are basically loudspeakers. A more advanced studio might also include: a digital audio workstation, a music workstation, and outboard effects such as compressors, reverbs, or equalizers.Recording studios are becoming increasingly more common as equipment is becoming more affordable, and many traditional components are being replicated with computer technology. However, a number of key pieces of equipment are found in most recording studios, whether amateur or professional Gear List, although some are not strictly necessary.

Gear List

Access to quality recording equipment is vital to those studying in the field of audio recording. The Gear List shown below is utilized daily in recording services operations, and is available to students enrolled in audio recording classes offered at the Our Audio Classes and Audio Courses . The equipment is maintained and kept up to date by the school’s audio engineer.

Recording Equipment is used to record music or songs in the home or a recording studio. Nowadays, a recording studio can range from a transformed garage or basement to a multimillion dollar facility with state-of-the-art equipment. The typical professional recording studio is divided into two rooms: the performance space, where the sound for the recording is created, and the control room, where the sound from the studio is recorded and manipulated. The Gear List found in a recording studio normally includes the following: a mixing console, multi ck recorder, microphones, and reference monitors which are basically loudspeakers. A more advanced studio might also include: a digital audio workstation, a music workstation, and outboard effects such as compressors, reverbs, or equalizers.

 

 

Our Recording Studio Gear List –

Mics:
Neumann U 87 – www.neumann.com
Pair AKG 414 s BLS – www.akg.com
Pair Shure SM 81’s – www.shure.com
Four Sennhieser SM 421s   www.sennheiserusa.com
Pair AKG Beta 58s www.akg.com
Pair AKG SM57’s www.akg.com
Pair AKG D112″s www.akg.com

Outboard:
Avalon Silver 737 – www.avalondesign.com
Presonus ADL –   600 www.presonus.com
API 3124+  – www.apiaudio.com
Vintech 473 – www.vintech-audio.com

Recording:
Digidesign Control 24 – www.digidesign.com
Pro Tools HD 3 –   www.digidesign.com
Digidesign 192 Interface – www.digidesign.com
Raid Firecore Storage – www.digidesign.com

Monitors:
Mackie 824’s  www.mackie.com
JBL Lsr 4328s  www.jblpro.com
JBL Lsr 4312 sp Sub  www.jblpro.com

Brickhouse Records Is A Recording And Mastering Virginia Beach Studio VA Service in Hampton Roads and Surrounding Areas – Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk and Portsmouth VA , Our Services Include Recording, Mastering, Audio Classes, Pre-Production, Sound Design, Video Editing And Mastering, Artist Development, Music Publishing, Music Legal Services, Recording Studio Build-Outs, And In House Studio Repair.

We Are Located At.

1718 Zimmerman Ct
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464
Normal Business Hours To
 
Thank You For Visiting www.brickhouserecordsva.com Please browse and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us at (757) 971-2381 or via email [email protected], or friend us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BrickhouseRecordsVa