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SO much wood in the studio! TERMITES and ants. ONe ate half my drum kit while i was waiting for the guitars to be tuned. And they didnt offer me a 40 or a bacon samich. Wacked yo! just kiddin... it was cool.Oct 5, 2015
- What types of customers have you worked with?We mainly specialize in studio recording (in professional recording studios), live sound jobs (at any size venue, i.e., multi-room churches with big and small service/event rooms, outside events, large amphitheaters, all dealing with things from orchestras, speaking events, rock n' roll bands, anything that requires audio basically), hands-on recording studio training, where we train anyone who is willing to learn, in how to work in a professional recording studio, run live shows, album mixing, etc. Basically anything to do with professional audio.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Go with the people who know what they're doing, are honest about knowing what they're doing and willing to go that extra mile for you. I know I'd want someone who'd been around for a while, worked on all size projects, someone who didn't try and lead me on or try to make me think they were the best there was.