Everything you've ever wanted to know about us
Yes, we mix with our Amek Mozart Rupert Neve console utilizing vintage gear such as:
Universal Audio LA2A, 1176 compressors, H3000 Harmonizer, Distressors, Crane Song HEDD and so on.
We also mix (ITB) in the box using many plugins such as:
UAD2, Waves, EMI, Powercore, etc
Here’s how a rap session goes:
We work with any style of music.
We’ve got a great setup for recording guitars.
The heads are in the control room, so the guitar player listens through the large monitors.
This gives us the advantage of tweaking the heads from the control room.
The cabinets are in the studio.
We have a custom guitar patch bay which allows us to patch any head to any cabinet.
Evermore Sounds has been opened since March 2012.
The owner, Luke Beaulac, also owns a recording studio in Canada which has been in operations for over 10 years.
Yes, we do but we DO NOT replace our drum recordings!
We use drum samples ONLY for layering, not for replacing.
It depends on many factors such as style of music and quality of musicians.
And most importantly BUDGET.
And also depends on quality of recording desired. Is this for a demo or album quality?
Talk to us about your project and we’ll give you a quote.
Actually, we encourage all artists to do a pre-production session with us.
This not only saves precious studio time but it help musicians prepare for the session.
We usually mic everything.
Every drum is miked. Kick, snare have 2 mics.
If time permits, we’ll do top & bottom on toms as well.
We also mic overhead and distant room.
Usually 16 inputs for drums.
This gives us a lot options at mix time.
Yes, we have ProTools. But I prefer using Cubase.
We have a large selection of high-quality microphones.
We use nothing but the best brands such as:
Neumman, Royer, Sennheiser, AKG, Earthworks, Beyer, etc
We work at 32 bit 44.1kHz.
It depends on the songs & the number of tracks. Call us for more info