Life is short. Do good work
Over the years, I have acquired some skills and some gear to record and produce music. Long ago, I gave up on trying to do this for a living and moved on to be very successful in Software Engineering (including nine years at Cakewalk Music Software). The studio became a mostly-neglected personal project studio with an ocassional paying client.
RockScience is a home studio and the whole home is the studio. We won't descend into a dark sonex-covered space with lava lamps. The main room where the gear, gadgets and computer are is a spare room treated to be the best sounding mix room I've ever had. Focal Solo-be monitors fill this space beautifully. A large bright, room with high loft wooden ceilings behind the control room makes an excellent live space for trackinig multiple musicians. I have snakes long enough to make it to several other areas of the house too (garage for a garage band anyone?). The signal chain is great from my interesting collection of high quality microphones to the boutique mic preamps. I'm fluent in the software of your choice: Pro Tools, Cakewalk, Ableton. All recorded data is backed up nightly to a Redundant RAID NAS device.
Music and recording is the one area of my life I no longer want to monetize. The studio is back and better than ever with a simple mission. To work with the best of the best musicians and bands and make something we can be proud of. At this stage in my career, the only pay I want is to be able to point at things I've worked on and without hesitation, say it's my best work and it's the artist's best work. I welcome projects with an interesting, eclectic style and a similar quality ethic as mine.
If your music is special and you commit to doing your best work, I will too. Pleast contact me. We're rolling in 3... 2...1....