20If you're relatively new to studio recording, we highly recommend you read the articles How Long Is This Gonna Take? and In Defense of Pre-Production by Justin Coletti. Both can help give you a better understanding of the steps involved in making a record and an idea of the various approaches that can be taken to the process.
Studio Recording and Mixing
$30/hour or $250/day (up to 10 hours) - Do it all here or bring in tracks you recorded somewhere else for professional mixing.
Live Recording of your show at The Fire
Recording - $50/set - Take home multi-track audio that night and mix it yourself.
Rough mixes - $50/set - In addition to $50 for the recording, get rough mixes of your entire set.
Full mixes - $50/song - In addition to $50 for the recording, get full mixes of the entire set or songs of your choosing.
$20/hour - Rehearse in the studio or on the Fire stage, minimum two hours.
Open Mic Recording
$15/set - Take home an audio CD of your 3-song set recorded at The Fire's Monday Open Mic Night.