Sound studios and recording facilities

The academy has state of the art facilities for recording and editing

The recording facilities are a part of the tonmeister section and they can be used by teachers and students in cooperation with a tonmeister student.

If you want to make a recording, contact Head of Tonmeister studies Jesper Andersen or a tonmeister student.

The tonmeister section is often looking for ensembles to play for recordings affiliated with the teaching of tonmeisters. Musicians who participate in such productions will have first priority when studio-hours for other productions are handed out – nice to know, since the studio often is very booked.

RECORDING FACILITIES

The Concert Hall and Editing 1

Digital mixing studio based on a Sony DMX100 mixer and a 32 track ProTools HD3 system. In “Editing 1”, it’s also possible to work in 5.1 surround.

Studio Hall and Editing 2

From ”Editing 2” it is possible to make recordings from the Studie Hall. The control room is fitted with a 32 track analogue SSL4000 mixer and a ProTools HD2 system for 32 track recording.

The studio

Recording studio for smaller classical ensemble, choir and pop/jazz/rock-recordings. The studio housed the Danish Radio Bigband for a number of years. It has one of Denmarks largest digital mixers – a Lawo mc2 with 96 channels. It’s possible to record up to 48 tracks in ProTools HD2. The studio has variable acoustics and is fitted with two grand pianos and an upright.

Mobile equipment

The tonmeister section also has an ammount of mobile equipment for recording in concert halls and other venues arround town. The systems are very flexible and they can manage everything from small demo-recordings to vast 32 track orchestra recordings.