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When it comes to recording a song or an album I want a quality professional producer and engineer to work with, and Nico at Sweet Spot is exactly that. If you're recording any song you've poured your heart into you want someone who who is going to take the time to make that song sound great. Do yourself and/or your band a favor and never go for the "cheapest" option when looking for a studio. Look for something like Sweet Spot, you'll be glad you did!Dec 23, 2019Verified
Nico at The Sweet Spot Studio was wonderful to work with. His expertise in both recording as well as his musicianship allowed us to work very efficiently and his good hearted nature allowed us to work comfortably. It was a joy to work with him and I'm sure we will be back again!Nov 6, 2017VerifiedThe Sweet Spot Studio's reply
Thank you Kristina! I had a great time with Emma and you. Looking forward to your next visit.
I am so happy to have met Nicolas to record a song. He is very professional and easy going, which turned a whole process into a fun experience. I would highly recommend him to anyone who is thinking of recording a song. The best! Cheers!Apr 15, 2017Verified
The recording actually was very professional with a great studio. We were really happy when we left after 1.5 hours. Unfortunately it took us forever to get the money for the remaining 1.5 hours back.May 28, 2017Verified
Nico did the arrangement of a song and coordinated with a singer/guitarist, and filled in the sound. The experience was mega-fun; the atmosphere was comfortable; and good things happened, ie, a recording that I am thrilled with.Aug 19, 2016Verified
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am on the board of governors at the Recording Academy's DC chapter. (The Grammies) This keeps me connected with leaders in my field. I also serve on the Producers and Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy. For years I was a beta tester for WAVES. I still remain in touch with this community. I also attend NAMM to get my hands on the latest products and talk to manufacturers about where they see things heading. I read a ton of blogs, forums, and magazines about sound.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Quality takes time. There is no substitute for spending a few extra hours on a project. I can get to 80% quickly. Achieving that extra 20% which makes your music on par with what you hear on the radio takes much longer. Longer sometimes than it took to get to the first 80%. It's your music. You decide.