Studio "A"

…a three room suite plus a control room with a cozy atmosphere and a (mostly) analog workflow.

Comfort & Isolation

Three rooms provide excellent isolation between instruments and performers for a comfortable recording experience.

Ideally Suited for:

Drum or Amplifier Recording for Home Studios

Recording Single or Multiple Performers

Pre Production (live demo tracking/re-working)

Post Production (Editing, Mixing, Mastering)

Studio "A"

…is a four room┬árecording studio┬áin Edmonton that is dynamic, cozy, and priced specifically to help your budget. The space feels like home without the distractions, and it’s able to handle just about anything you can think of with three dedicated tracking rooms, one beautiful sounding control room, and selection of equipment that is beneficial to your recording.


A (mostly) Analog Workflow

If analog is your thing, Studio “A” is equiped to handle your entire session with outboard EQs from API & Neve, compressors from DBX & Purple, and our 48 channel Soundcraft console.

Microphone Collection

From classics like our old Neumann U87i, to a modern gem like our Cathedral Pipes’ Notre Dame, you’ll find the right match for what you’re recording. See below for more details.

Setup & Ready for You

Pro Tools, CuBase, Studio One and more are loaded on the studio’s Mac Pro with plenty of horse-power for every session. Also loaded are plugins from Universal Audio, Waves, Izotope and more.


The Digital Advantage

Don’t want to learn a new system? Connect to the studio through our Antelope Orion and it’s rock-solid USB drivers for 32 channels of high quality i/o.

The Right Price for Your Budget

Your recording shouldn’t come down to price, so we brought the price down for you.

Studio Equipment

While it may be secondary to creativity and performance, a carefully chosen piece of equipment may impart a certain underlying character to a recording, much in the same way a cask imparts character to an aging wine. Here is a list of what is typically available to every recording session.


Analog Console

Soundcraft “MH4” 48 channel
British Built analogue console

– 48 mic/line preamp & equalizer
– 5 stereo line inputs
– 16 mono or 8 mono/4 stereo aux/busses



AMS Neve “1073LB”
Classic API “VP26”
Focusrite “ISA220”
Great River “MP-500NV”
Rupert Neve Designs “Portico 511”
Universal Audio “LA-610 MkII”
Warm Audio “TB12-500”


ReAmp Boxes

NF Audio “RA10”
Radial “Pro-RMP”
ReAmp V2



Cathedral Pipes “Durham”
Marti Audio “Barrel Booster”


Direct Boxes

A Designs Reddi
Radio Shack 274-016c
Radio Shack 274-017c
Yorkville YDI-1P


Outboard Equalizers

AMS Neve “8803”
API “5500”
Purple “TAV”


Outboard Compressors

Alta Moda “AM-10”
DBX “160SL”
DBX “560a”
Drawmer “1973”
FMR Audio “RNC500”
FMR Audio “RNLA500”
Hairball Audio “1176 Rev D”
IGS Audio “S-Type”
Inward Connections “The Brute”
JoeMeek “SC2 (v1.07)”
Klark Teknik “DN504”
Locomotive Audio “Weight Tank”
Purple Audio “Action”


Miscellaneous Outboard

Avid “Eleven Rack”
DBX “520”
Lexicon “MX200”
T.C. Electronic “M300”


Telefunken M80
Telefunken M81
Shure KSM313
Shure KSM42 (x2)
Shure KSM32 (x2)
Shure Beta 91
Shure Beta 58
Shure Beta 57A
Shure SM7b
Shure SM58 (x2)
Shure SM57 (x2)
Sennheiser MD 441-U (x2 70’s era)
Sennheiser MD 421-II (x4)
Sennheiser e906
Sennheiser e904
SE Electronics Gemini II
SE Electronics R1 (x2mp)
Peavey PVM 480 (x4)
Peavey RAC-1
Neumann U87i (early 80’s era)
Mojave Audio MA-100 (stereo set)
Kel Audio HM-3C
Electro Voice RE20 (x2 80’s era)
Electro Voice 648 (60’s era)
Electro Voice 647 (60’s era)
Cathedral Pipes “Notre Dame”
Blue Microphones “Kiwi” (x2)
Beyerdynamic Opus Series 51, 88 (x3)
Audix CX-112, D6, D4 (x3)
Audio Technica AT3525

Don't Be Shy

Whether you’re looking for a space to record in or not, we would love to hear about your project. Passionate people are what motivates us.

More Questions?

Check out the Two Bodies of Water Productions’ Frequently Asked Questions.