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Recording Studio Terms Defined

A recording studio is essentially operated to record and mix sound, including voices. A studio may rent out sessions or may be privately owned by a music label, for example. Learn the terms commonly associated with music production in relation to a recording studio.

  • Acoustic Properties- Describes how sound travels through a building and it’s relevance to hearing. Properties include density, acoustic impedance and sound velocity.
  • Multi-track Recording- Method used to record multiple sound sources on one piece of equipment. These multi-trackers can produce up to 24 separate audios at one time. Multi-track recorders are available for digital or manual use. Manual multi-trackers will be less expensive but also less sophisticated.
  • Home Studio- Production studio setup in the home with various software to mix and master vocal, voice or note music. Home studios can have simple setup like a microphone and small speakers or it can be dedicated to one whole area in the home with top-of-line digital equipment.
  • Mix-down- Process or art of creating a blend of recorded tracks or music. This process converts a multi-track recording to a two-track stereo tape.
  • Sample- A portion or part of a piece of music produced. For example, a major record label may offer a sample for new artist. This method is designed to give prospective buyers a taste of what they will hear if they purchase the recording in whole. A sample also refers to when a modern artist samples or takes a portion or piece of music from a previous artist who has already created it.
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    Blue House Productions
    2201 Westview Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20910
    Conveniently located in the surrounding area, we are an audio and video studio. We handle a long list of professional services, including recording, singing, speaking, sound mixing, and more.
    (301) 589-1001
    Hlfw Recording Studio
    6215 Greenbelt Rd Ste 208, College Park, MD 20740
    Quickly, professionally, our technicians will help you with top quality music production. Select our family owned recording studio, with licensed mixing and music services.
    (202) 630-9598
    Listen Vision
    2622 Georgia Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20001
    We have built our reputation on superior audio production and instrumental music. With origins in hip=hop and R&B, our studio has expanded. We also handle video production and more.
    (202) 332-8494
    Color Music Studio
    2403 University Blvd W, Silver Spring, MD 20902
    (301) 962-3560
    Golden Sound Studio
    3843 Farragut Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
    (301) 962-1119
    Blue House Productions CD Duplication
    4213 Howard Ave Ste C, Kensington, MD 20895
    (301) 214-2265
    Lion and Fox Recording Studios
    9517 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
    (301) 982-4431
    Sound Logic Studios
    3209 Birchtree Ln, Silver Spring, MD 20906
    (301) 871-0200
    Potomac Talking Book Services Inc
    4940 Hampden Ln Ste 300, Bethesda, MD 20814
    (301) 907-3822
    Cutting Corporation The
    4940 Hampden Ln Ste 300, Bethesda, MD 20814
    (301) 654-2887
    John Burr Audio Production Services
    4405 East West Hwy, Bethesda, MD 20814
    (301) 654-3800
    Crack Beetz LLC
    4848 Battery Ln, Bethesda, MD 20814
    (301) 652-1122
    The Clinic Recording Studio
    4805 42nd Pl, Hyattsville, MD 20781
    (301) 864-7888
    House of Jam Recording St
    4606 Josephine Ave, Beltsville, MD 20705
    (301) 614-0695
    Studio Productions Inc
    5609 Fishers Ln Ste 14a, Rockville, MD 20852
    (301) 230-9100

    If you are a solo artist or a member of a band that writes original material, you may want to go into a studio to record your songs. You have the option of building and utilizing your own home studio or you can take advantage of the many capabilities of a professional facility. Setting up in your house doesn’t require as much space as you might think. Some people have areas set up in their attics, basements or an extra room of their house. There’s a variety of easy to use software available for amateurs as well. These programs make recording vocal tracks a breeze. It is no longer necessary to have a big label footing the bill or calling the shots on your music. You can have voice and artistic control. You may opt to go a more professional route for your material. It depends on your budget and needs. Using an established company with years of experience has it’s advantages. You can use one of their in-house engineers who will be able to produce the best sound possible out of your equipment and your voice. These companies will have state-of-the-art microphones and speakers on hand to produce great audio. They may even be able to help you with your post production needs. Other services may also be offered at the same location. This might include mastering which prepares your files for production into CDs. Digital recording has become the most popular way to document music. It is cheaper than analog, although some say the tones aren’t as warm with digital files.
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