About Metallic Lounge

We use protools

Over the years I’ve watched the transformation of the recording industry and the tools that are being used. I’ve seen Digidesign switch back to Avid, Presonus launch recording software, and Propellerheads launch Record and amazing tool for integrating Reason and recording direct. Over the past 5 years some amazing pieces of technology have been launched to help [...]

July 3rd, 2011 | Comments (0)

Discmakers Partner Program

We are a certified disc makers partner in their studio program. This allows us to be able to work directly with an account rep for you and your CD packaging needs. We have brochures in the studio for you to look at and we can help pull your CD packaging together. We offer design services [...]

June 12th, 2011 | Comments (0)

Monster Certified

I see allot of blog posts and shootouts around cabling in a good studio and how it is very important to buy $1000 firewire cables, or $500 XLR cables. There is also a huge group of purists that say cabling doesn’t matter and that we are falling victim to very good marketing by these tops [...]

May 17th, 2011 | Comments (0)

Artists come first

When working with new artists we build the relationship and trust with them from the start. For new clients this is just something that has to happen in order to get great results later. You just cant expect someone to come in cold and lay down a great vocal track without knowing each other first. [...]

May 16th, 2011 | Comments (0)

Working with your producer

Working with a new artist and building that relationship and trust is key to our success as posted in a previous blog. We feel this is also key when working with an artists producer. We produce allot of projects, but also have had the privilege of working with some great producers over the years. Just like working [...]

May 16th, 2011 | Comments (0)

Studio Comfort

Have you been into a studio where something just didn’t feel right? The engineer was nice enough, the studio environment was ok, but something just felt out of place. Artists need a place that they can feel comfortable. A place that allows them to feel a certain creative flow that allows them to do their thing, write [...]

May 16th, 2011 | Comments (0)