Studio policy
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the studio policy. A clear understanding of the policy will reduce confusion later on

Payment in full is required upon completion of each session. No product (CD-Rs, DVD-Rs, cassettes, etc.) will be turned over until full payment is made. Payment may be made by cash, personal or company check, money order, and paypal. There is a $35 fee for returned checks.

When possible you may move in and start setting up prior to your start time. If the studio is available and the engineer is not present, there will be no charge until the engineer arrives. Please call the day before your session to determine if an early setup is possible. The clock begins when the engineer starts working with you setting up equipment, getting levels, debugging instrument problems (such as hum, buzz, MIDI or SMPTE codes, etc.). If during long sessions you wish to take a meal break, you may do so off the clock. This allows the engineer to work on other projects in the studio or take a break. If you want to work through the meal break to listen to the session, do edits, overdubs, etc., the clock continues to run. The engineer may choose to eat and work at the same time. 
When you indicate you are finished and the equipment is no longer in use the clock stops. (If a master is being burned, the clock continues to run until the master is finished.) Clean up is on us.

Food and drink may be brought into the studio but must be kept away from equipment racks, console and piano. Alcohol may not be consumed on the premises.

Smoking is prohibited on the premises by order of the Fire Marshal. If you choose to smoke outdoors, please use the receptacle provided for this purpose.

We reserve the right to deny access to our premises and our equipment to those clearly under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Studio Policy