Recital Hall Recording Packages
Our goal is to provide teachers, students and performers with high quality stereo recordings of concert hall performances for both enjoyment and educational benefits. We offer the follow recording/CD packages to all who use the Piano Gallery Recital Hall:
SILVER Recording Package (starting at $59.00):
- A real-time stereo digital recording using the built-in high-quality recital hall microphones(room mic's)
- Up to 80 minutes of actual recording time
- Each CD will have a printed title, track numbers, and each performers name(if space available) printed on the CD
- Only $59.00; includes 2 CD's (additional CD's are only $2.99 each)
GOLD Recording Package (starting at $99.00):
- A professional stereo digital recording using a multi-mic set up for optimum clarity and balance
- 80 minutes of actual performance time can be included on a CD
- Each track will be re-mixed, mastered, numbered and edited if needed (long pauses can be edited out of the final recording)
- Each CD will have a printed title, track numbers, and each performers name printed on the CD (click here for example)
- A $175.00 value for only $99.00; includes 2 CD's (additional CD's are only $2.99 each)
- Custom Audio Editing of the performace is also available for an additional charge
Before The Recital:
• Call us at 224-3297 and let us know you would like us to record your performance event. We will put it on our calendar.
• Tell your students, and parents especially, that the performance will be professionally recorded and CD’s will be available.
• We will call you when your CD’s are ready and you can come by and pick them up or we also have the option of mailing them to you for a small charge. The CD's will be ready in approximately 5-10 business days after the performance.
The Silver package is great for music schools, studios and performances that feature students of beginning and intermediate levels, where a 'live' recording of the performance can be enjoyed and used for learning and archival purposes.
The Gold Package uses critical recording techniques for advanced performers and students that want a more "commercial" quality and sound of their performance.