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Clear Lake & Fever Studios Updates

Check Out This Article From Mix Magazine on Our Use of Adam Monitors

By |March 17th, 2016|

Mix Magazine recently posted an article to their website about our choice of monitoring and why it's so important! Below is an excerpt, to read the full article please click the link at the bottom of the quote! http://www.mixonline.com/thewire/hollywood-s-clear-lake-recording-studios-counts-adam-monitors-do-it-all-their-eclectic-client-base/426592   “In a commercial studio, a monitor needs to do it [...]

Clear Lake Recording Upgrades to Pro Tools 12.4 and HDX

By |March 12th, 2016|

Clear Lake Recording Studios is a high end multi-room facility serving North Hollywood and the Greater Los Angeles area.  Since our founding in 1987, Clear Lake has always prioritized staying inline with the cutting edge of reliable recording technology. Starting with our investment in the Studer 827, the most technically advanced analog tape machine of its time, [...]

Why Come To A Studio With Acoustically Tuned Mains?

By |August 2nd, 2015|

No two rooms are the same or have the same acoustics, and that is just as true for a professional recording studio as it is for any music venue or inside your home. That’s why some recording studios are noted for their unique sound that enhances the recording quality, yet, [...]

New Gear at Clear Lake

By |September 4th, 2014|

In the last few months we have added a couple new toys for everyone to enjoy! We now have a pair of Coles 4038 Ribbon Microphones. These microphones sound amazing on a number of different sources, but try them on drum overheads, room mics, piano, and acoustic guitar to really [...]

Pultec EQP1A3 Vintage Equalizer at Clear Lake

By |August 28th, 2013|

Passive aggressive The EQP-1A is a no-loss passive equalizer, which means that the signal level going in to it is reduced (insertion loss around 16dB) and then restored by an onboard amplifier. This means that there is no change in signal level when equalization is switched in or out. The [...]

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