With 2 live rooms, you can record a full band with plenty of options for separation. Our 6'X8' vocal booth is spacious enough to fit 3 or even 4 vocalists at a time. When it's time to cut a lead vocal, you'll find the booth to be an intimate place where the creative spirit is easily accessed. Our 16'X16' live room can be customized with sound baffles to get the sound you're looking for. We can get 'big and live' or a 'tight and snappy' drum sound.
The engineers at Taylor Sound listen to the clients. We want to give you the sound you hear in your head. We will do everything in our power to help bring that into reality. Our technique takes everything into account, from guitar strings and drum heads to pre-amps and microphones. You play the songs, let us capture the sound.
Partial Gear ListDangerous Monitor ST
Pro-Tools 12 Native
Waves IOC and IOX Interfaces
Waves Digigrid Server
Mercury Waves Plug-In Bundle (legit)
Yamaha NS-10 Reference Monitors
Neumann KH 120s
Rythmic Audio Sub
TL Audio Tube Dual Mic-Preamp
API 521C Pre
Great River Pre
2 Flexiguy Pres
Neve Dual Compressor
Crane Song Pre
Microphones2 Neumann TLM103 Microphones
2 Shure Beta 58s
Shure Beta 57
2 Shure 57s
4 Shure 58s
AKG D112 pair
Sennheiser 421 pair
4 Shure Beta 98AMPs
3 Shure KSM137s and more
GuitarsFender Stratocaster Voodoo Jimi Hendrix with Don Mare Rockin Robbin Pickups
Tokai Telecaster with Lust Pickups and Super Vee Maverick Tremolo
Guild D-55 Acoustic
Fender 1966 P-Bass
25th Anniversary PRS McCarty
12 String Rickenbacher 330
Les Paul Classic Custom Shop with Lust Black Roses Pickups
AmpsAmpeg 1975 SVT with Flatback 8X10
Fender 1962 Tremolux
Marshall Studio 15
Marshall 1968 50 Watt Small Box (all original)
Marshall 1974 50 Watt Lead
Marshall 1978 4x12 with 2 Celestion Greenbacks and 2 Vintage 30s
1966 Fender Bassman
Marshall Studio 15
Listen to samples of music our engineers have recorded at Taylor Sound.
Procedure for RecordingHow do I set up and prepare for a recording session?
1 - Take a tour of the facility and speak to a staff member. If you can't take a tour, contact us via email, phone or text. We'll explain it all. Or just look over the website. It's full of good info.
2 - Decide which package best fits your needs.
3- Make a payment.(3 Options)
- Option 1 - Call Taylor Sound with a credit card
- Option 2 - Make a payment on the payment page
- Option 3 - Stop by with cash, check or plastic - Call to arrange
4 - Schedule. Pick your time.
5 - Get a recording strategy.
Engineer - Work with your engineer to have a game plan. Get on the same page.
Material - Prepare your material.
Practice - Practice, practice, practice. Work with a metronome if possible.
Gear Preparation - Replace your strings and setup your guitars. Replace your heads and tune your drums. Re-tube and service your amps.
Voice Preparation - Sing with a safe technique. Warm up before you get in the booth. Drink lots of liquids before and during the session.
Session Balance - Find a good balance between performing the work that needs to be done and being open to the creativity of the present moment.