The control room environment is very important in providing the perfect conditions for engineering, recording, mixing and mastering.
Sound Gallery have designed and utilised a combination of Limp Mass traps and absorber panels along with corner traps to attenuate a range of frequencies – the aim is to create an almost flat response curve to enable the ‘Truest’ audio signal.
Digital & Analogue Stem mixing
Mixing to 1″ tape
Facilities and Specification
6m x 4.5m studio (live room, air-conditioned)
Separate Vocal Booth & Amp room
Fully treated Control Room (air-conditioned)
Mac Pro-based Logic Pro and ProTools systems
Quested monitoring – S7 + sub
Allen & Heath GSR 24M mixing desk
Prism Sound Orpheus converters + Prism MMA-4XR pre-amps
TLAudio PA1, EQ1, C5021 + TFPro P110, P38EX (and more)
Large mic selection (inc. Neumann U47, Sontronics ARIA vocal mic and more)
Quality mixing helps achieve great mastering results and the experience and ears of a good Mix Engineer are invaluable. The Control Room environment is very important in providing the appropriate conditions for Engineering, Mixing and Mastering. Sound Gallery have designed and built a fully acoustically treated control room which creates the ‘Truest’ listening environment.
Monitoring is provided by Quested (Quested S7 + SB 10R Sub). We offer general Mixing services and Stem Mixing services using both Analogue and Digital paths (including Prism Sound Maselec MMA-4XR mastering series pre-amps, Tascam 1″ tape, TfPro compressors and a host of high end digital plug-ins).
Sound Gallery Studios offer different Mastering options to suite your budget and your product, from general Mix and Mastering of demos and ‘in the box’ high end Software Mastering to complete packages for commercial release utilizing TLA valve EQs & PA1, TfPro P38EX stereo compression and more. We are also proud to offer the highest level of professional Mastering through a unique association with S.A.M. (Super Audio Mastering) which is situated in the Dartmoor National Park and run by renowned Mastering Engineer Simon Heyworth (Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells, Depeche Mode, Imogen Heap) and Andy Miles.