Atlas Recording has two locations: We track in the B room, and mix in the A room. The Mix room (A room) is in Ruskin, FL. Tracking room (B room) is in Plant City, FL.
Studio A (right)
See Studio A Gear List here
Predominantly for mixing, mastering and overdubs/commercial/voice work. Set in a relaxed environment, the studio has wood floors and is decorated in natural linens, warm colors, and black accents. Whether it's live or controlled overdubbs with scratch tracks, you can be assured of great quality. Atlas Recording Studios features professionally tuned rooms; 1) control room, 2) Main recording room and 3) two isolation booths. Acoustic design by electro-acoustician Mike Maloney of Electro Acoustic Design to maximize accuracy, clarity, and precision of the listening and recording environments necessary for all stages of the recording and mastering process.
Studio B (below)
(B Room) Predominantly for tracking ('A' tracking)and mixing ('B' mixing...all 'A' rate mixing occurs in 'A' mix/master suite, see above).
Atlas Recording Studios Studio B features professionally tuned rooms; 1)large tracking room, 2) large control room, 3)vocal isolation booth. Acoustic design by Nathan Eldred (Recording and Mastering Engineer/Professional Consultant) of Atlas Recording/Atlas Pro Audio to maximize accuracy, clarity, and precision of the listening and recording environments necessary for all stages of the recording and mastering process.
Shown above, our mix & mastering room in Brandon, FL
We have added a Sound Workshop Series 30 analog console in September of 2002 (above) to the A room. We combine classic analog vintage gear (front end Class A and Tube designs & Analog mixdown), 2" tape, with modern 24/96 digital recorders and DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) to take advantage of the best of what both analog and digital have to offer. With ProTools, Nuendo, Samplitude, Waves, and Antares we have the power to digitally edit, automate levels, master, auto-tune, add effects, add samples, etc. all in the computer. For mixdown we use the 1/4" Ampex ATR-800 analog recorder @ 15ips, the end product remains analog in nature; similar to all classic recordings from the past, with full capability to edit, automate, and compilate more quickly than previously capable with strictly analog technology.