My recording studio is not a 'home studio.' It is a true professionally designed and built facility, built and equipped to provide the best possible sound quality. The sound booth and control room are soundproofed and have received dedicated acoustic treatment. The sound booth produces a matte and neutral sound without being 'muffled,' with an exceptionally low floor noise of -80 dB RMS. The booth measures 4.10m in length, 2.60m in width, and 2.75m in height, while the control room measures 4.10m in length, 6.50m in width, and 2.75m in heigh
It is equipped with the same equipment found in the best commercial post-production studios: Neumann U87 microphones, Sennheiser MKH 416, CAD Equitek E100 1st Edition for vintage sound, preamp, Avalon VT-737SP, SSL2+ sound card, Pro Tools Studio DAW software, iMac, PMC tb2S+ midfield monitors, Fostex proximity monitors, Bryston monitor preamplification.
It's a recording studio that meets the most demanding professional standards: most of the TV & web spots, network imaging, corporate films and videos, motion design and e-learning, documentaries, audio books, audio guides etc. for which I record the voice-overs are done here. Of course, I travel to commercial studios when necessary, particularly for video games for which face-to-face training is often essential.
It is possible to remotely monitor and direct the session using tools like Source Connect or Cleanfeed, Session Link Pro, with synchronized film sharing in real-time during both recording and playback, through platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet.