• The most essential tool for controlling studio acoustics.

    The award winning StudioTrap offers adjustable treble absorption & diffusion, 360 degree mid bass trapping, and variable height in one convenient package.  Improve accuracy and ambience in your mixes and recordings by assembling the StudioTrap into AttackWall and Quick Sound Field configurations. Get big studio sound in any sized room.  The StudioTrap’s versatility and portability can create the same sonic environment in any room, anywhere. StudioTraps are used by renowned music producers, mixing engineers, and artists in the studio. Standing on a tripod, StudioTraps are adjustable from 4 feet to 6 feet tall. You can quickly modify the height and diffusion characteristics in order to create the exact sound space you need at that time.
  • AttackWall

    $5,112.00$12,824.00

    Work in perfectly clear sonic space

    The AttackWall redefines world class mixing environments. It's a free standing workstation that consistently produces the most amazingly clear sonic space you'll ever work in. The AttackWall produces a reliable, repeatable, and accurate sonic space in which to track, mix, and master, regardless of room or speaker system.

    Applications

    • Tracking
    • Mixing
    • Post Production
    • Sound Design
  • QSF

    $2,556.00$12,780.00
    The QuickSoundField is a near field recording environment that allows you get the most sound you can into your mics. The QSF can transform the center of an ordinary room into a lush recording space. It works great for all types of recordings, from tracking drums and vocals in wide open spaces to close miking guitar amps in close quarters. The QSF lets you get more sound into your mics. StudioTraps encircle the mic and talent create a recording space that is sonically decoupled from the room acoustics. Inside the QSF the sonic quality remains consistent from one setup to another without the need for studio notes. The talent is free to move around while recording and no one can hear the change in position. Most important is that what the talent hears inside the QSF is what they hear in the control room.
  • Ever wish you could record a kick drum track as hard hitting as Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean? Your dream is about to come true. ASC and Bruce Swedien have joined forces to recreate the original kick drum cover used for Billie Jean. ASC and Bruce Swedien have joined forces to recreate the original kick drum cover used for Billie Jean. Recorded in 1982, Billie Jean is considered to be one of the most revolutionary songs in history. And now, after 30 years, the secret is finally revealed.

    #18 out of the 20 best drum sounds of all time

    Because of what Bruce came up with, the sound that was created was recently voted #18 out of the 20 best drum sounds of all time! Here is an excerpt:
    18. Billie Jean: Michael Jackson (1983) from the album “Thriller” Whilst other artists in the early 80s seemed to be going bigger, flashier, more processed and more extravagant with their drum sound, for an artist to release something so natural and minimal was a real gamble. Producer Quincy Jones wanted to cut the 29-second introduction (which was the longest one ever created at the time) and yet it is undoubtedly the drum sound that has since gone on to define the record, and all within the first few beats. Jones had earlier instructed engineer Bruce Swedien to create a drum sound no one had heard before. Read full article here

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