Home Studio Registry: Justin Lipscomb

Primary use Secondary use Recording knowledge level MIDI knowledge level
Recording Composition High Above average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Other musicians 41-60

Future plans/projects

The plan is to build a clientelle that are overwhelmingly satisfied with the product we offer and likewise to promote for all artists a positive atmosphere for creativity.

Guitars

Guitars: 
Varies.Preferably what the artist uses so that they are comfortable.

Keyboards

Varies.Preferably what the artist uses so that they are comfortable.

Sound modules

Varies.

Percussion

Two kits available. Preferably what the artist uses so that they are comfortable. (Seeing a pattern?)

Effects

Both outboard and PC based.

Microphones

Ranging from tube driven condensors, capsule condensors, dynamics, and junk taht works.

Mixing

Varies. Alesis, Tascam,. . .

Tape decks

Reel-to-reel 1/4", 4trk cassette, 2trk cassette, ADAT

Hard disk recorders

None.

Monitoring

Mulitiple sound recall devices in order to get best indication of true sound.

Computer

You'd never believe I record with it, but I do! and mix and master, and make cover art. . .

Music software

Cool Edit Pro, Cubase VST, Sound Forge . . .

Additional equipment

Yep.

Comments

The sound of things operates by the philosophy that the more comfortable the artist is, the better they will perform. This is why we prefer to travel to the artist, record them where they practice (if possible), and get to know the character of the musician(s) and apply that to the mixdown/mastering processes. If there is no practice space, we will find one which best suits the nature of the music and supports the best acoustics for recording. The goal is affordable recording with professional results, and no pain. . .well, maybe a little, but no hassles.