Get that commercial sound in our pleasant environment with our experienced mixing and mastering engineers. If you are looking for a professional and honest recording studio, look no further. Our recording studio the perfect place to start your demo, album project, or commercial project.

Recording a voice and narration
Whether you’re recording an audiobook, radio commercial, narration for a video, a commercial, an interactive telephone system (IVR) or putting your voice to a song, our sound engineers are here to help you achieve that your audio recording sounds like perfection.

Song recording
Bring your multitrack instrumental from your producer or a stereo track, our recording studio is ready to record your next hit. Our engineers are also artists, our studio know how to get you comfortable so you can give your best performance on the mic, but we also know how to translate your desire if you don’t feel like doing it.

Podcast and podcasting
There are hundreds of thousands active podcasts worldwide and millions of people all around the world are listening to them. It’s getting more and more popular. Start your show and share your topics with the world! It is an undeniable marketing tool.

Audio recording services
Our recording studio can ensure every detail of your voiceover project receives the best in the profession audio recording and sound quality from any location in the world.
Our studio provide audio recording services that will exceed your highest expectations.

We achieve our exacting standard of rigorous quality by using one of our expert engineers to ensure that your audio recording comes out of any session sounding the absolute best.

When working in our studios, you can be assured of the best equipment suited to our precise standards. And before recording in an auxiliary location, our sound engineers perform an exhaustive review to ensure that the quality meets our specifications before the recording date.

Relax and enjoy a stress-free process that gets your project on time and within budget!



Choose the right voice and the right equipment
Casting the perfect voice for your project is key to impressing your audience and creating an overall brand voice. Our recording studio can help you find the right talent and give them the tools to succeed.

With your script and our sound design and recording professionals, your project comes to life with crystal-clear acoustics, the right tone and feel, and voice-over services that exemplify our legacy of professional sound and audio recordings.

Reaching people today, whether for entertainment, commerce or simply to provide information, involves producing professional content that can be transferred to a variety of applications and devices without sacrificing quality. People expect watching movies on their smartphone to feel exactly like a theatrical experience or having their eLearning application transferred from laptop to tablet without loss of audio quality.

To achieve this level of audio recording precision, you want to work in a recording studio environment that offers the best equipment, sound design, and engineering you can buy.

Our recording studio provide you a state-of-the-art technology, as well as the full range of studio recording equipment, microphones, hardware, digital conversion equipment, and sound monitoring and mixing equipment on the market. From initial audition and rehearsals to final mix and mastering, we make sure your project’s audio recorded and recording is as good as it gets!

Professional engineering adds the perfect touch
We firmly believe that the quality of sound equipment depends on the engineer who provides the expertise necessary to produce your creative project. Our engineers are adept at optimizing the performance of the combined content, actor and gear to create a dynamic and enjoyable end product that captures the intended magic.

Our engineers bring their knowledge, skills, and attention to detail, allowing the creators, you and the voice talent to focus on the creative flow of your session. Engineers do more than just run machines, they make sure your project is well recorded with an organized stream that allows for efficient playback and editing of your project.

Beyond the initial recording, our engineers compile and edit to your specifications providing you with your master recording ready for the post-production phase.

Our recording studio take the time to do things right because you deserve a professional result! When we work with a client, our end goal is to get it right. We don’t rush our professional audio recording sessions — we take the time to ensure a top-quality product.

Our team is highly skilled in a wide range of voiceover applications and has established successful partnerships with clients producing and recording voiceovers for film, commercials, games, radio, animation, teaching materials and courses, and the list goes on.

If you’re creating your latest masterpiece, you want a team that cares about your work as much as you do. We will take the time to work with your production team and voice talent to evoke emotion and convey your message, whether through storytelling, animation, or another application of dubbing or voiceover.

We are experts in working with remote recording studios to capture the best possible audio recordings.



Sound reproduction and recording is the electrical or mechanical inscription and recreation of sound waves, such as voice, singing, instrumental music, or sound effects. The two main classes of sound recording technologies are analog recording and digital recording. Acoustic analog recording is accomplished with a small diaphragm microphone that can detect changes in atmospheric pressure (acoustic sound waves) and record them as graphic sound waves on a medium such as a phonograph (in which a stylus makes helical grooves on a phonograph cylinder) or a magnetic tape (in which the electrical current from the microphone is converted to electromagnetic fluctuations that modulate an electrical signal). Analog sound reproduction is the reverse process, in which a larger diaphragm speaker causes changes in atmospheric pressure to form acoustic sound waves. Sound waves generated by electricity can also be recorded directly by devices such as the speakers of an electric guitar or a synthesizer, without the use of acoustics in the recording process, rather than the need for musicians to hear how well they are playing. during the recording sessions.

Digital reproduction and recording use the same analog technologies, with the addition of digitization of data and phonographic signals, allowing them to be stored and transmitted in a greater variety of media. Digital binary numeric data is a representation of periodic vector points in analog data at a sampling frequency often too frequent for the human ear to distinguish differences in quality. Digital recordings do not necessarily have to be at a higher sampling frequency, but in general they are considered to be of higher quality due to less interference from dust or electromagnetic interference in reproduction and less mechanical deterioration due to corrosion or mishandling of the storage medium.

During recording, a transduction process is carried out in which the audio recorded signal is transformed into voltage variations that can be recorded in different ways. Pre-recorded sources use very different supports to store the audio recorded signal, everything will depend on the sound recording modality used.



Analog sound recording:
– Analog magnetic recording or analog electromagnetic recording.
– Analog optical recording or photographic recording of sound.

Digital sound recording:
– Digital magnetic recording.
– Digital optical recording.
– Digital magneto-optical recording.

In principle, the existence of two diametrically opposed types of recording is observed: analog and digital. What determines the presence of an analog or digital recording is not the medium used, but the type of signal recorded on it.

Analog signals are so named because they are “analog” to the original signal form. That is, if we were to observe the original acoustic signal, it would be equivalent to the resulting signal (either mechanical, magnetic or optical) in its form.

On the contrary, the digital signal is translated into binary codes that no longer have a shape, but are instead a mere succession of zeros and ones (discrete values) that no longer have anything to do with the signal that originated them, although they can reproduce it.

To make a digital recording, a previous process of Analog to Digital conversion is necessary, which converts the analog signal into that succession of zeros and ones.

Once the digital encoding is done, the signal will be recorded on an optical or magnetic support, just as it happens with the analog signal.

In the case of digital formats, there is no mechanical format. On the other hand, there is a magnetic-optical format that records magnetically, but reproduces optically (this is the case of minidisc or rewritable CDs).

Within each of these two groups, depending on the type of sound recording we make, some transducers or others will intervene:

If it is a mechanical recording, an electromechanical transducer will intervene to convert sound pressure changes into mechanical variations that are recorded. They are the grooves of the vinyl record, the gramophonic record or the phonographic cylinder.
If it is a magnetic recording, an electromagnetic transducer will intervene that converts the changes in sound pressure or the variation of the binary code into voltage variations that are recorded on the magnetic tape (cassette), open reel tape for analog – DAT, others digital audio recorded cassette formats similar to DAT or computer magnetic media such as floppy disks or the computer’s own hard drive and digital open reel tapes such as DASH.
If it is a digital optical recording, a photoelectric transducer will intervene to convert the changes in sound pressure or the variation of the binary code into variations of a beam of light that are recorded on the photographic negative (analog sound recording system in cinema) or on digital media, such as a compact disc (CD).

Digitally processed audio has been imposed due to the advantages it has over analog:

Analog audio does not support multi-generation. Each new copy (copy copy) produces losses, so that the resulting signal each time has more noise and looks less like the original.
Analog audio degrades easily. Tapes are demagnetized if a magnet is brought close to them, the grooves of vinyl records suffer alterations with the constant passage of the needle, etc.
While digital supports are in full expansion, analogues have decreased exponentially. For example, the use of computer software to record and program programming has practically condemned the open-reel tape recorder to a mere role of testimonial cult object. In the long run, it will be confined to museums. Likewise, they are less frequent to find discs in Long Play format.

Whatever the signal support, recorded or direct, these electrical signals (into which the audio has been transformed), through wiring, are introduced into other equipment to process the signal or amplify it. These teams are sound tables, preamplifiers or amplifiers. Once the signal has been processed and amplified, at the end of the audio chain is the speaker or speakers.

In the loudspeaker, (which is an electroacoustic transducer), the electrical signal is converted back into sound pressure variations (that is, into sound).

Studio recording: sound recording and music production
If you want to highlight the audio recorded quality of your musical creation, the choice of a professional recording rather than a home studio realization is obvious. Our experience in capturing many musical styles has allowed us to define five important aspects of sound recording:

The source to record: the use of a quality instrument lays the foundation stone for a successful audio recording. Anxious to offer different sound colors to our customers, we have expanded our backline over the years to respond to a wide range of musical styles. Witness our collection of snare drums, cymbals and guitar amplifiers. A non-exhaustive list of the instruments available to you is visible in the Audio Equipment section of the site.

The acoustics of the place
The acoustics of our rooms have been specifically designed to provide you with a listening environment that is both comfortable and creative. The artists enjoy a pleasant place to live bathed in daylight and equipped with a relaxation area (video games, magazines, etc…).