Established 2005

20131204_172648

Rates

Recording Studio & Producer/Engineer:

(Studio open 10am - 9pm every day)

£20 / Hour (Minimum booking 3 Hours)

£125 / 7 hour lock-out session

Mixdown / Master CD: £5 (Now includes DVD of digital song files)

DVD Project Backup (Cubase 6.5 project files and audio stems): £5
Flat Postage charge for CD / DVD: £5

Out of hours rates: Each hour outside of the normal working hours of 10am - 9pm will be charged at £25.

These are our only charges. It's easy and simple and everyone pays the same. This way you can concentrate on your project without worrying about building up unexpected fees.

The rates above are for use of all the recording facilities and a qualified engineer or producer. They do not include fees or expenses charged by third parties such as session musicians or rental or purchase of additional equipment. All fees are payable by cash, cheque or bank transfer only - we are not able to accept card payments.

Please note that no recorded works of any kind will be released from the studio without you having first paid in full for the time and resources and fees that are owed to us by you. ("You" : The Client)

Please also note that when not paying an hourly rate, and requesting more than one lock-out session, a 25% deposit is required to secure all bookings. Please see our Terms and Conditions.

Please be aware that we are only able to provide Cubase 6.5 Projects on DVDs or storage devices and not all Mac-formatted hard drives are compatible. Audio stems are 24Bit / 48kHz or 96kHz ".wav" files.

DRUGS POLICY: Copse Corner operates a zero tolerance policy on drugs. If you are suspected of or found to be in possession of any class of illegal drugs on the premises, you will be asked to leave and reported to the police. No refund will be given for any time you have already spent at the studio.

Tips on keeping your costs down ...

Rehearse your material before you arrive, this will save valuable time!
If you play a string instrument put on a new set of strings before you arrive and bring spares!
If you play a reed instrument, it might be an idea to bring a spare reed or two.
If you use electronic devices such as guitar pedals, make sure they are working correctly and they have new batteries before you bring them to the studio! It's always a good idea to bring spare batteries!

Generally just try to avoid anything that can hold you up in the studio so that you are making good use of the hours you are paying for without having to rush your project.

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What you say ...

NinaSmith1

"Incredibly professional and very welcoming, can't wait to go back."

- Nina Smith

"Anyone in the North/East Devon or West Somerset area, check out this studio. Beautiful location and great guys to work with."

hartnolls

Don't spend a fortune ...

See our Rates page and follow our tips on keeping the cost of your project down.

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