Home Studio Registry: Marc Klock

Future plans/projects

In between clients Marc will start recording his fifth independent release fall 2006.


Music Man Axis Sports, Music Man Stingray Bass, Gibson 135, Les Paul Standard, Taylor Acoutics




Vintage Ludwig Maple, Gretsch Cataline Birch, DW hand-hammered bronze snare, Ludwig Black Beauty snare, Alesis DM-Pro, misc. persussion gadgets


Boss Digitech Eventide Roland guitar synth Lexicon Line 6 Roland TC Electronics Yamaha SPX2000


AKG 414 (Audio Upgrades LA) AKG D12 Audix Blue Marshall 2001 (Audio Upgrades LA) Neumann Octava Sennheiser Shure Studio Projects


1970's Soundtracs 32x16x8 console delivers warm EQ and outstanding punch.

Hard disk recorders

Mackie HDR 24/96, 24-track hard disk recorder Mackie MDR 24/96, 24 track hard disk recorder


Central Station Controller Apogee DA converters Tannoy 800 consentric control room monitors Fostex PM series live room monitors Two stereo headphone mixes always available Up to 24-bit, 192k masters


Dell XPS for office duties only, no function in recording

Additional equipment

Master Media: HHB CD Recorder Tascam DA-45HR, 24 bit DAT Tascam DVRA-1000 DVD Recorder Dynamic Processing: Alesis API ART DBX Drawmer Empirical Labs Distressor Focusrite Red 3 Dual Compressor/Limiter Presonus Mic Pres: ART Pro MPA tube (tube mod) Avalon U5 Avalon VT 737 SP API pre, EQ and compressor Focusrite Red 1 Quad Mic Preamp Focusrite ISA428 4 Channel Mic Preamp Presonus w/Jensen transformers Trident S20 and vintage CB9066 EQ�۪s Universal Audio

Additional notes

Brand-new recording facility acoustically designed for huge guitar and drum sounds. Main live room 700+ square feet with 20-foot vaulted ceiling and isolation booth. No computer tracking or mixing!

Primary use Secondary use
Commercial work Composition
Recording level MIDI level
High Above average
Commonly work (with) Completed songs/demos/jingles
Other musicians More than 100