My apologies for not writing lately. I assure you, it's because I've been too busy recording!
So... Updates: As some of you know, for now, 100% of the money which comes into this studio, stays in the studio, which means all the proceeds from your recordings go directly back into ways to make your recordings even better. I've been thinking how I should upgrade the studio, and came to the realization that my drum recording setup could use some more meat. It's great as-is, but since I specialize in getting a great drum sound, I decided to splurge a bit in that area. I recently acquired 2 new Audix D2 mics, and a single D4 mic for my floor-tom. I also, after much deliberation, decided to get a Yamaha Subkick, which has turned out to be jaw-droppingly awesome. I highly recommend all of these mics.
As far as clientelle goes, I've been booked solid since the last part of September, and am currently booked solid until the beginning of November, so - lots of great consistent clients, as well as a lot of new clients.
Eight years ago, I created this studio to see if I could get a half-way decent recording of my drums for my own personal purposes. I never thought anyone would actually pay me to record anything.
Three years ago, I got my first paying client.
...and now the studio is booked solid for a whole month. Thank you all so much for supporting me in what I thought could only be a "pie-in-the-sky" dream. It's now a reality, and it couldn't exist without you.
(PS - I also decided to purchase a new vocal mic, which will arrive in early November. I loved my Joly-modified Apex 205's, that I decided to get a Joly-modified Rode NT1a as well! Can't wait for it to get here!!!
A couple photos of the new stuff: