Liveroom & Booths
A lively and fresh sound is the best way to describe the live room. It is 60 m2 and has an live-end / dead-end wall, which results in a variation of reverbtime. Also, we can influence the acoustics by moving big acoustic panels that contain diffusion and absorption. That’s why we can make drums sound big, acoustic guitars a little ambient and vocals intimate and dry. The area is big enough to record a whole band at once. The liveroom is also suited for stringquartets, chamber orchestras, brass bands and choirs (20-25 musicians). The room is home to a beautifull grand piano: Yamaha G3 (1965).
At the back of the live-room there is a separate booth of 12m2. It can be used for drums, grand piano, guitar amps, double-bass, vocals, etc. It comes in handy when you want to record for example drums, double bass and grand piano at the same time.
This is a dry recording space of 4m2 situated next to the controlroom. Perfect for voice-overs, vocalists and guitar-amps.
A movable box which fits a 4×12 guitar cabinet. Works perfectly when you want to record with drums in the live room for example; hardly any bleed.
- Yamaha vleugel type G3
- Tama Starclassic 22″BD, 8,10,12,14,16″toms,
- Tama Starclassic snaredrum 14×5,5 (Birch)
- Tama Starclassic snaredrum 13×6,0 (Bubinga)
- Ludwig BM 14×6,5 (Staal)
- Orange Rockerverb 50W Head Orange 2×12 (V30’s)
- Vintage Laney 4×12 cabinet
- Vox AC30 Alnico Blue speakers
- Fender Telecaster (USA)
- Fender Stratocaster (USA, Vintage ’70)
- Fender Jazzbass (USA)
- Musicman Sterling
- Multiple acoustic guitars (Fender, Blueridge)