The Glen Room
Chill out in Glen Room – your go-to music production hangout! This suite’s got it all: a Vocal booth, Writing Room, Vintage Keyboards, and even Vintage Video Games. Ideal for music maestros, producers, and lyric legends who crave a laid-back recording session with pals or a solo vibe. Belt out vocals in the open air or slide into isolation mode – it’s your call. And did we mention the view? Get inspired by the private lake vibes. Glen Room is where your tunes meet relaxation. Check it out for a recording experience that’s as cool as your music
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Please be familiar with our policies:
Cancellations & Refunds
Once your session and time is confirmed we will send you an invoice. All invoices are due within a timely manner or we cannot guarantee your time. As we are a small boutique recording studio time is always a commodity, since a session always means complete privacy for you. We bill the entire amount of the session with a few exceptions being large sessions that span days or weeks. You must cancel your session within 24hrs of start time in order to be rescheduled or your session is counted as paid for. We do not at this time offer refunds however will work with you to reschedule your session at the Dojo
Preparing For Your Session
Always, always, always bring your own hard drive. If you don’t bring one, we have thumb drives for $15 that we can sell to you. But, we do highly recommend bringing your own hard drive. We do NOT send out files.
What are you recording?
Know for sure what you are recording so no time is wasted. Have a plan to get as much done as possible in a timely manner. Have an idea of what projects need the most work and the ones that need the least amount of work.
Communication is Key
When you have booked your session be sure to contact the engineer and let them know what we are going to be recording in your session. That includes vocals, drums, keys, etc. Also, if there are any changes such as, “We were suppose to have a drummer today with but he’s out of town,” let the engineer know a head of time before your session. Always let the engineer know what’s going on.
Want to Mix During Your Session?
If you want to mix during your session, save time for that. Again, have a plan of what needs to be recorded so there can be time to start mixing your projects. Mixing takes about 2 – 4 hours.
Keeping in mind Mixing and Mastering are two very different things. Here is a link to a video explaining the difference. https://youtu.be/UL73IwwBy5M