San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Studio SQ, a San Francisco-based full service recording studio that specializes in analog recording, recently announced that it now houses a Neve V1 recording console and the Bay Area's largest collection of of vintage guitars, amps, keyboards and analog synthesizers. The recording studio provides professional recording services and audio production services in an artistically designed space that inspires creative focus for artists.
"Studio SQ is distinctly unique in that it is basically a shrine to all things vintage analog," said John Flores, owner of Studio SQ. "We are pleased to be able to offer such a rare collection for the use of the artists who record in our studio." The studio, which boasts over 1,000 sq. ft. of tracking space is one of the largest live rooms in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Studio SQ's staff of engineers and musicians emphasize creativity and collaboration, acting as a crucial conduit between artists and listeners. The staff brings years of professional experience in recording and mixing, mastering, tape transfer, repairs and custom builds, audio editing and more. The studio also offer superior public relations and publicity services for both aspiring and established artists.
"All of our publicity campaigns are unique and crafted specifically with your vision and goals in mind," said Mr. Flores. "We act as the conduit between you and your audience by promoting your content to targeted music outlets such as bloggers, digital & print reviewers, radio stations, podcasters and more."
SQ Studio is committed to delivering an authentic analog sound. For complete information about all SQ Studio services and the vintage instruments and analog equipment that are available, visit their website at http://www.studiosq.com.
About the company:
Studio SQ is a San Francisco-based recording studio, deeply rooted in the arts and culture of that great city. Their staff of engineers, songwriters, and musicians have been involved with music most of their lives. They place the emphasis on creativity and collaboration, acting as a crucial conduit between artists and listeners. Their design and ethos makes it a true creative space, letting artists create great-sounding music at the top of their game, without distraction.
Studio SQ is located in the Mission Hill district of San Francisco (a few short blocks from the Mission and Potrero Hill). For questions or booking contact John Flores or Jeremy Rosenblum, or visit their website at http://studiosq.com.