Thursday, May 11, 2023

Demo your songs

I have bands demo their songs before they come in to record. This gives me a change to listen to what they plan on doing and talk to them about the arrangment etc.... It make a big difference when they come in to record. Binary Recording Studio

Thursday, April 6, 2023

Hard drive for your session?

I often get reqest for recording sessions files from years ago from bands ( like from the 1990's) We have now asked bands to bring a hard drive to their session so we can give them all the files as another backup of their project. We have been recording bands and projects for over 30 years so it is recommended to make sure you have those files. We keep files for years but hard to for decades due to storage advancements. Check out Binary Recording Studio

Sunday, March 12, 2023

Interesting drum kit

Have you ever seen one of theres. We were doing a session and this was the kick drum. They call them a cocktail drum kit played standing up. Check us out at Binary Recording Studio

Friday, February 3, 2023

Sunday, January 8, 2023

Vinyl record, 1000x

Saw this the other day and had to share it. Amazing!!! that this method of sound creation / reproduction works. Vinyl records transducers and speakers create such a amazing sound. Binary Recording Studio

Friday, December 9, 2022

Youth Jazz Studies at Binary Recording Studio

We have been recording young Jazz student for many years. We are a big beliver in offering the recording studio expericene as part of the development of a musican. We have a great director in the area that puts these young groups together and helps develop their skills. It great to see them out in town sharing their music, as it too is part of becoming a musican!

Monday, November 14, 2022

Best tool in the Recording Studio

We now have some of the best audio tools to record and compose music. One of the tools we use everyday but never really talk about is our ears. What are your monitor levels while you are recording? We often spend hours in front of our studio monitors which creates ear fatigue. An acoustically well treated room allows you to even turn down the volume to an average of 70db. But it is also safe to say and scientifically evident, that volumes above 90db are too loud and risky for your hearing in longer music production sessions. Check your monitoring levels! Binary Recording Studio is in Bellingham Wa.