Our productions differ a lot from case to case in our way to go about, but we always work together with the bands to reach a good result. Quite often we work more closely with the band even before the recording phase, giving tips and pointers on what "works" in the recording session and what might be good to look over or to think about to get the best possible result.

We are also available for larger scale production management, handling costs and planning time. Since production can take on so many different forms, we urge you to get in contact at an early stage during planning to discuss how we can set up the co-operation.

Also note that tracking doesn't necessarily have to take place in our studio. We also work on location in other studios. Everything will depend on the needs and requirements for each specific production. We can work in a studio that You have arranged, or we can help you find a suitable location for tracking. Get in touch for more information.
Our studio is available for tracking and overdubs, with or without an in-house engineer present. During tracking, all our equipment is generally available for use. Should you require any additional equipment, we may be able to source this for you at an additional cost.
Apart from full-scale productions, we also work a lot with mixing of material that has been recorded elsewhere. Sometimes it's simply a question of budget, other times it might be old recordings that need to be brushed up.
Whatever the case may be, we always work hard to meet our clients' demands and to make the recordings sound their absolute best.

If you are interested in working with us for mixing, it's always best to get in touch with us BEFORE you start the actual recording, so we can give you some pointers on how to make the best possible recording based on the equipment you have available.

Please note that mixing sessions can be attended or unattended. In other words, you do not have to be present in the studio for it. We can work from specified instructions from the client. In cases of unattended sessions, we usually upload examples of the works for approval during the session.
Mastering is the final stage a recording goes through before its release. Our job is to make sure it is sonically balanced, that it will work on a wide range of systems and to make sure that the album "flows" in a good way, with proper song spacing and fades. The process is also important because it gives an impartial opinion by experienced ears.

It is always good to get in touch as early as possible in the production process, so that the mix will sound its absolute best when it reaches us. If we can get some samples from the mixing session, we can point out things that we think should be addressed before finishing the session.

Just as with mixing, mastering sessions don't have to be attended. We upload examples of the work for approval upon request, and one revision is normally free of charge.
If you have guitar or bass DI tracks, we can help you out with reamping through our arsenal of rigs.
Drum Editing
We can tighten up or clean up your drum tracks for you. We have many years of experience with working with everything from complex extreme metal to more straight-up rock recordings and are extremely careful to keep things sounding natural and avoid artefacts of editing.
Audio Restoration
If you have recordings that need to be cleaned up, we can help you with that. Please contact us and let us know what you need and we will help you out with a practical solution.
Location Recording
As of Autumn 2011, we are now also equipped with a rig for live location recording. The strength of incorporating this in the studio is obvious: we are now able offer a package solution with everything from recording a gig to a finished product ready for release! If you are interested in having a gig recorded, get in touch and we can discuss the details.