Studio FAQ

Why do musicians choose HyperThreat Sound?

We would like to think that our custom environment, quality hardware and extensive mic collection, is the reason many select our services.   Honestly, a studio is only as good as it’s engineer.  Anne Freeman is why our clients keep coming back.  Someone who knows how to use the equipment,  makes all the difference in the world. Her professional engineering credit, speaks volumes to the kind of quality and service you can expect at HyperThreat Sound.  We are here to address all your FAQ.

How long has the studio been in town?

HyperThreat Sound started in 2010.

How should I prepare for recording?

Do all your homework before you come in. Pre-Production is vital, especially for young players who have never been in a recording studio before. So practice with a metronome and make sure you’ve nailed down all your parts to the best of your abilities. Remember, time is money! We’ll do the rest.

How do we get the sound we are looking for in our final product?

Bring in samples of tunes you are looking to emulate. It is much easier for us to give you what you want if we know what that is.

Can I start and stop my project as my needs and availability allow?

Sure you can. We’re here to serve your needs. Of course, everyone would love to have a finished product sooner rather than later, but we know who the boss is YOU!

Can I have my ProTools session files?

If you wish to transfer your sessions data after a session, come prepared with a portable storage device and book a little extra time. Session files are large, so let your engineer know in advance so that they can prepare. We want to make the best use of your time and money. So allow enough time for the file transfer to take place. Studios files require enormous amounts of storage, so we purge session every 30 days. If you wish to obtain your session data, just schedule studio time, and we will be happy to get those for you (better if you plan ahead so that you don’t need to schedule a two hour block to get them).

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