No matter what your reason is, we are glad you found us. If you are ready to take your music to the next level, we want to help you do it.
There are so many reasons to seek out a professional recording studio. Maybe you've been looking for the right place to record your band's next album, or maybe you're looking for someone to help you start your career as an artist. You might have 20 songs written or you might need someone to help you write verse 2 and the bridge. Or, maybe you recorded your music somewhere else and you need help mixing and mastering it.
We want to enable you to dream your biggest dream yet for your music - then help you achieve it. We do this by building lasting relationships and consistently providing high quality services in a boutique and innovative environment.
Our home recording studio is located in the heart of Fondren where we are walking distance from excellent coffee and amazing restaurants. Lets connect and talk about what the next steps for you could look like!
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Interview with Crown Studios
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Probably mixing! But it really depends on each project; if it's a hip hop/RnB record or a more modern styled pop record, there tends to be a lot of programed elements. In these cases its important to have a really good recording of the vocals, but a lot of the other sounds are being made artificially, so the recording process is minimal. If we're doing a rock or singer songwriter record, though, we will definitely want to make full use of the studio's recording capabilities too!
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Too many to count! Jack Joseph Puig, Greg Wells, Jaquire King, Dave Pensado, Andrew Welch, Andy Wallace, Al Schmidt, Tchad Blake
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: The emphasis at Crown is to really hone in on the right vibes for each artist that works with us. We tried to be laid back with the record making process. So much of the artist's career is lived out in high intensity situations (live shows, interviews, real life, netflix binge cliff hangers). With this in mind we really try to offer a place to unplug from all the noise around us so we can really focus on the important part: the music.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: This really depends on what each artist's needs are! In general, the most important part of the day is figuring out what we want for lunch (Fondren has so many great options!)
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Production and Mixing (We're usually thinking about how a mix will come together while we're working on production!)
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Hip Hop, Rock and Soul Pop mostly! But lately we've been doing more mixing for electronic producers as well.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: When you're thinking about a song's production it's so important to think about the way all the elements mix together. A song that's produced really well is super easy to mix and will always translate better to you're live show as well!