"EMPHASIZING A LACK OF RESTRICTION"

How This Works

  You supply a place where we can make enough noise to work for the day. That's why this is cheap and that's what makes it work. If we needed to rent studio time it would cost at least double for just the space (without an engineer) than our day rate, which includes everything. SO if you have a basement, garage, or practice space, we can usually make it work. If you don't, maybe ask a friend with access to that sort of space if we can invade it for a few days to do something really cool, then take them out for burritos, sushi, drinks etc.  
   If you are unsure about the viability of the space due to neighbors, schools, libraries, please ask them before I travel to you. Sometimes they're surprisingly cool, sometimes not, so do ask! Be sure to make it clear that this will not be an ongoing thing, and after a few days all will return to normal.
 
 P.S. If I don't know someone in your town, I'd like to crash with you! Also part of what keeps this cheap. We'll talk about it.


Some considerations if you don't think this will work where you live:

1) Are drums the issue? If drums are the issue, can you make at least 1 or 2 days of loud percussion work? Neighbors will be more likely to concede if they know it will only be for short period. We'll just power through drums at the very beginning then layer up everything else after.

2) Can we go somewhere where recording drums won't be a problem for at least day? We don't have to stay in one fixed location once we've started. Maybe you know someone who works at a venue or show space and we can use it during the day. This way we'll take care of the drums at say, your friend's practice space, then set up back at your house, apartment, or wherever, and do the rest. This works really well.

3) Maybe you should come to Philly! Wherever Audio is totally transient currently, but we can probably make it work.

Sam in his natural habitat

Sam in his natural habitat

Me, cluttering up your home

Me, cluttering up your home