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Organ Den Studio
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play hi-fi  Changing Fives
play hi-fi  Jammin With The Mayans
play hi-fi  Sawdust in my Steak
play hi-fi  01 Join The Angry Mob
play hi-fi  02 Tea Party Song
play hi-fi  The One_mv1
play hi-fi  You're A Racist
play hi-fi  05You Lie
play hi-fi  06 They're Pulling The Plug on Grandma
play hi-fi  07 It's All About Me
Organ Den Studio is a unique studio. It was designed so I could play and do my own engeneering at the same time, so it has no physical seperate control room. I can sit behind my two hammonds and rhodes, and both the visual and audio monitors are right in front of me.
Besides the keyboard/control room we have a drum room, and another live room, all slightly isolated from each other (not totally soundproof but enough to keep everything pretty seperate for "go back and fix" purposes. We handle tracking and mixing, but we don't attempt mastering. This is a seperate art in itself and we'd rather concentrate on getting the best possible sound we can recorded.
Why this name?
My name's Den, and there are a ton of organs down here.
Do you play live?
I play live from time to time, but the studio is my home. I enjoy the studio way more than any live experience.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Absolutely, you can get your music out without being at the mercy of anybody else.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Your influences?
Medeski Martin and Wood, Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, McGriff, Smith, Smith, Smith (yea, there are three of them!), Larry Young, Barb Dennerlein, Kraig Kastelnic, I could go on for pages................
Equipment used:
I have a ton of vintage keys down here, including three hammonds (CV, M3, S6 chord organ) as well as a wurly, rhodes, D6 Clav, Korg MS20 and a few others. We have a Pearl Session series kit here, three leslies, various rack mount and stompbox effects, a tube guitar amp, and mics to record them all.
AT the moment I'm using a cakewalk product to record. I'm running through various old warm analog mixers into two M-audio 1010 LT's, giving me a total of 16 possible inputs at once.
Anything else...?
Yea, my dream is for this to be a place that spurs creativity on, kind of like Rudy's famous Blue Note studio.
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