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Euphonic Music Studios

Mixing

Our specialty is mixing your music to help complete your masterpiece. We specialize in genres that are more focused on acoustic instruments such as drums, guitars, pianos, synths, etc. as well as the use of samples and advanced editing. Rock, Punk, Indie, Singer/ Songwriter, Pop, and many more are all in our wheelhouse.

Producing/ Arrangement

Are you a singer who plays some guitar or piano and needs help putting a fully produced song together or a band that could maybe use an outside voice to make suggestions and give unbiased input (i.e. the '5th' Beatle)? We can help! 

Recording

We are fully equipped with top-shelf microphones, preamps, EQs, compressors, and recording interfaces to fulfill most tracking, recording, and voice over situations with up to 12 inputs at one time. We have a control room as well as two tracking rooms. 

Studio Musicians

Do you need help playing the musical parts or instruments you do not play? We have seasoned, pro musicians at our studio as well as contacts with other incredible musicians. Guitar and bass can be provided in-house and included in a flat rate agreement.  

Mastering

Do you have a mix you feel good about but would like another ear to help put the final touches on? We can run your mix through our analog gear, add a little mojo and magic, and get the levels up to competitive levels.

Pricing

Our pricing varies with each clients unique situation. Our rates are $50/hr or, calculated on a per-project basis. The bigger the project, the better your rates. How intense is the project? Just mixing? Recording? How many tracks? Does it need editing? Etc. This is calculated after a thorough conversation with our clients.

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Gear and Experience

  • Cubase Pro 13​

Plugins and VSTis from:​

  • Arturia FX Bundle and VSTis

  • Black Salt Audio

  • Boz FX and VSTis

  • Celemony Melodyne

  • Fabfilter

  • Kiive Audio

  • Klanghelm

  • LiquidSonics

  • Modartt Pianoteq

  • Neural DSP

  • NoiseAsh Need channel strip (Neve) and Preamp bundle

  • Overloud

  • Plugin Alliance

  • PSP Audioware

  • Pulsar

  • Softube

  • Soundtoys

  • Spitfire Audio

  • SSL

  • Toontrack

  • Universal Audio FX and VSTis

  • IRs from York Audio, Ownhammer, and Clestion

Experience and Education

  • Graduate of the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences

  • A former employee of the world-famous West Lake Studios in Los Angeles, California

  • 1000's of hours of studio time recording, mixing, mastering, and producing, as well as hired on session work as a guitar player

  • Continuous personal education via clinics, videos, courses, etc. to better myself, continue learning and stay on top of the latest trends.

  • Deep and passionate love for all things music and recording

List of all the equipment we have on sight. Other options may be available upon request in advance of your session.

Microphones and Studio Gear

  • Blue Kiwi

  • Telefunken CU29 Copperhead

  • Shure Sm57 (x2)

  • Sennheiser MD421 (x3)

  • Audix D6

  • Audix i5

  • Beyerdynamic m160

  • Beyerdynamic MC930

  • Roswell mini k47 stereo pair

  • Audio Technica AT25

  • Oktava MK-012 (x2)

  • AKG C1000

  • sE Electronics V7

  • MOTU 828es Audio Interface

  • Avedis MA5 Preamp (x2) (Neve)

  • CAPI vp28 Preamp (x2) (API)

  • Hairball Lola Preamp (x2)

  • Universal Audio 4-710d Preamp

  • Audioscape Opto Compressor (LA2A)

  • Audioscape Buss Compressor (SSL G Comp)

  • Hairball Audio FET 500 Blue (Blue stripe 1176)

  • Sound Skulptor LA502 Optical Compressor (LA3A)

  • Kush Electra 500 EQ (x2)

  • SSL Ultraviolet stereo EQ

  • JLM PEQ 500 A Passive EQ (x2) (Pultec)

  • Event Studio Precision 8 Monitors

  • Yamaha HS80M Monitors

  • Samson Rubicon R6A Monitors

Computer Software

Instruments

Electric Guitars:

  • 2001 PRS SC with Thornbucker pickups (Les Paul Style)

  • 2023 PRS DGT SE

  • 1997 Fender Telecaster Plus

  • 2015 Squire Classic Vibe 50's Telecaster with Fender 51' Pure Vintage pickups

  • 2004 Fender American Stratocaster

  • 2022 Eastman T486B (es335 style with Bigsby vibrato

  • Eastman SB55/v (Les Paul Jr.)

  • Custom Warmoth (EVH Wolfgang)

  • 1950 Gibson ES-125

Amplifiers:

  • Friedman Dirty Shirly Mini head

  • Bad Cat Cub head

  • 1962 Fender Deluxe combo

  • Allen Brown Sugar combo

  • Vox Night Train head

  • PRS 1x12 with 2005 Vintage 30

  • Orange 1x12 with Creamback 60

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Acoustic Guitars:

  • 2001 Larrivee L-09

  • 1996 Tayler 414CE

  • 2020 Eastman E8OM (Martin OM28)

  • Taylor GS Mini Koa

Bass Guitars:

  • 2022 Squire 40th Anniversary Precision Bass

  • 2005 Ibanez ATK Bass

Other Equipment:

  • SansAmp RBI Bass Preamp

  • Neve DI

  • Two Notes Captor 8

  • Headrush Gigboard

  • Many FX pedals from Alexander,  Barber, Bogner, DOD, Fulltone, J. Rockett, Keeley, M.I. Electronics, Origin, Source Audio, Strymon & Walrus

  • Novation SL61 semi-weighted midi keyboard

  • Arturia Keylab Essential 49 midi keyboard

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Here are some before and after examples of music we have mixed and some that we recorded/produced. Non-mixed tracks have been panned and normalized for a more fair comparison.

All final products start with what goes in: good players, performances, instruments, arrangements, and production. Having great studio gear helps, but without these key components, it becomes far more difficult to get a top-quality final product. We are big believers in 'what goes in is what comes out.' We highly recommend taking your time with your productions and putting more time upfront to get quality sounds onto tape. There is a tendency to rush through the recording process because 'the clock is ticking' and 'we can fix it later in the mix.' Trust us, we get it. Time = $$$. Almost without exception, our artists who did more investment up front did less on the back end, and got a better result without much extra cost... sometimes even less. We know not everyone is a seasoned vet or has lots of experience in a studio. That's why we are here. We can help guide you through the entire process. Our eye is always on the finished product and we want to make you as happy as possible. On our end, a happy customer is a return customer. This reflects on the work we do and potentially earns us recommendations which is the best form of advertisement we could ask for.

Contact

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ADDRESS & CONTACT:

 

9331 S. 1300 E.

Sandy, UT 84093

euphonicmusicschool@gmail.com

Tel: 801 872-3535

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