Shellshock studio has a great sounding live room for laying down your tracks; the recording room has been treated with special acoustic panels provided by Audioworkx Acoustiscs. This gives the space an ideal balance between direct and ambient sound. The recording process of a record can be a walk in the park or hard labour. It all depends on how well you’ve prepared prior to entering the studio. An important consideration to make before the recording starts is to decide if you want to record all instruments live together or if you want to start with the basic drums and build everything up from there. Both approaches have their advantages and disadvantages. We can discuss this before we get started and choose the appropriate game plan for your project.
Every project is mixed with the finest tools, whether it was recorded here or somewhere else. Mix sessions can be attended if wanted but I prefer working on my own and sending you the mixes at the end of the day. Then you can listen to it on a sound system that is familiar to you and it will give you a better reference of the sound. I don’t stop mixing until you’re happy with the result. For me it’s at least as important as it is for you to have a great result.
Mastering is the final step of the production process. This can be done in house, although i prefer working with an external mastering engineer for mixes i have done myself. It's always good to have a pair of fresh ears laying down the finishing touches on the tracks.
250 euro/day (8 hrs)
250 euro for one song
150 euro per additional song
All prices exclude taxes (21%)