About this pro
For over 38 years, Planet Dallas has been providing world-class service to bands and artists alike, on both a local and national scale. Planet Dallas is dedicated to helping artists by producing their sound to a standard that not only surpasses their expectations, but meets today's requirements for record company acceptance. Specializing in music production, ranging from demo projects to major record company releases, Planet Dallas offers the perfect blend of professionalism and atmosphere; not only helping any project reach its completion, but helping them come to life in the process. In keeping true to proven recording techniques and sonic quality, your performance and presentation will be a successful one. With a combined 100 plus years of experience in recording and live sound logistics between our technical staff and affiliates, Planet Dallas is also the perfect choice to help you achieve the best possible sound from your concert, corporate meeting, or special event. Having Planet Dallas involved in your live production means that your audience will hear your music and words with the clarity you'd hoped for. We also specialize in hands-on, one-on-one training for recording studio techniques and live sound mixing.
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
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- 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.