Studio booking, students and staff
With this form, you can describe you booking request regarding a studio recording. Only registered students and teaching staff are able to apply. The recording must be part of a course.
Recordings normally takes place on non-holiday weekdays at 9.00-16.00, and usually include:
- 6 hours recording, including rigging and supplementary work, excluding lunch break.
- 3 hours mixing, at other occasion than the recording day.
Plan carefully and adapt your material. Prioritize – if time is short, what can you do without? Maybe you can make separate overdubs, such as lead vocals, on your own, elsewhere.
Limitations for use of the studio 1E107 due to the pandemic
Number of people and special rules
- Maximum 8 people: 2 in each iso-booth and 6 in the large studio room.
- Maximum 3 people at a time in the control room.
- As far as possible, the sound engineer rigs the studio. This means that the musicians may be let in later than usual.
- Throughout the recording session, the musicians stay in the studio, and the sound engineer in the control room. It is possible to listen to recordings via speakers in the studio room.
- Other restrictions may apply, such as the drum set not being moved out of the iso booth. This is to facilitate the rigging work and give us more time for recording.
- Additional screens for prevention of virus spreading are available for those who wish.
- If the sound engineer regards that the work situation entails too great a risk of the spread of infection, he/she can discontinue the recording.
Recording with more than eight people
When recording with more than 8 people at the same time, we need to use one of the concert halls. The booking must be made in extra good time, as the demand for the concert halls is high. The time needed for rigging and de-rigging will also be significantly longer.