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Over 20,000 Records

and Counting!

There's nice recording studios in Miami Beach with million dollar artwork hanging from the ceiling. We don't have that! What we do have is state-of-the-art equipment used by the same artists that are on the radio today. The rest is just extra. When Pitbull, Rick Ross and DJ Laz were looking for a Miami Recording Studio they came to us. Come over the bridge to the real Miami and record 10 more songs that what you can in those over-priced studios.

Studio Time in Professional Recording Studio in Miami

Studio Time

Recording rates as low as $30. All the professional equipment, all you bring is the talent.

Audio Mixing Engineer in professional studio located in Miami FL


Mixing rates start as low as $50. Our chief mix engineer has 30+ years experience in the music industry.

Professional engineer mixing in Miami, FL


Mastering rates start as low as $100. Contact us for more info regarding our radio ready quality guarantee.

Recording Studio Equipment List

The Miami Recording Studio provides Plug-and-Play capabilities. Bring your equipment and hook it up easily!


  • API 1608 Recording Console
  • 16 Input Channels
  • Full Center Section Control
  • Analog Metering


  • ATC SCM 150
  • JL Audio f212 Subwoofer
  • Yamaha NS 10s
  • Focal CMS Subwoofer
  • Bryston 4B ST Pro Power Amp
  • Lake LP26 Crossover and Equalizer


  • AKG C451
  • Audix D6
  • Coles 4050 ST Stereo Ribbon (2)
  • Korby Audio Kat System with U67 and


  • Apple 8-Core Two Quad-Core Processors
  • Apogee Symphony I/O with Expansion Card
  • Avid Pro Tools HDX
  • Apple 27” Display Monitor
  • Samsung 27” Monitor
  • Samsung 46” HDTV/Monitor


  • Avid Pro Tools 10 and 11
  • Waves Horizon Bundle
  • Waves SSL 4000 Bundle
  • Melodyne Studio

Pre-amps and Compressors

  • Neve 1073 DPA (2 channel)
  • John Hardy M-1 Deluxe (2 channel)
  • Tube-Tech Cl 1B
  • Purple Audio MC77
  • Empirical Labs EL-8SX Distressor (2)
  • Universal Audio LA-3A (2)

Convenientely Located in the Center of All Major Transportation

Minutes from the Miami International Airport and the Hialeah Casino, across the Metro-Rail Hub, where the Hialeah Expressway and Palmetto Expressway intersect.

Schedule Your Next Studio Session Now!

When would you like to book the studio and tell us if you'd need and engineer or you would bring your own.

  • Studio Time

    The Miami Recording Studio is a specialized facility for sound recording, mixing, and audio production of instrumental or vocal musical performances, spoken words, and other sounds. The recording and monitoring (listening and mixing) spaces were specially designed by an acoustician & an audio engineer to achieve optimum acoustic properties (acoustic isolation or diffusion or absorption of reflected sound echoes that could otherwise interfere with the sound heard by the listener). Read more...

  • Mixing

    Audio mixing is the process by which multiple sounds are combined into one or more channels. In the process, a source's volume level, frequency content, dynamics, and panoramic position are manipulated or enhanced. This practical, aesthetic, or otherwise creative treatment is done in order to produce a finished version that is appealing to listeners. Audio mixing is practiced for music, film, television and live sound. The process is generally carried out by a mixing engineer operating a mixing console or digital audio workstation. Read more...

  • Record Mastering

    Mastering, a form of audio post production, is the process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device (the master), the source from which all copies will be produced (via methods such as pressing, duplication or replication). In recent years digital masters have become usual, although analog masters—such as audio tapes—are still being used by the manufacturing industry, particularly by a few engineers who specialize in analog mastering. Mastering requires critical listening; however, software tools exist to facilitate the process. Results depend upon the intent of the engineer, the accuracy of the speaker monitors, and the listening environment. Mastering engineers often apply equalization and dynamic compression in order to optimize sound translation on all playback systems. It is standard practice to make a copy of a master recording—known as a safety copy—in case the master is lost, damaged or stolen. Read more...

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