Studio A – The Yellow Room
While planning the studio, we aimed for the sweet spot to keep the rate affordable and offer a professional environment. This meant designing a space that was flexible and modular. The main studio is lined with movable acoustical panels on rails that we can move on the fly to tweak the sound of the room from live to dead. Simply put, drums and guitars sound great in our main room.
Studio B – The Orange Room
Studio B doubles as a mixing suite but also as a second tracking room. Like Studio A, it comes complete with the movable acoustical panels on rails.
We took the same approach when designing the control room and selecting gear. The equipment is a hybrid of analog and digital gear. We love our large assortment of vintage and tube gear as well as the discrete and modern transistor equipment. There is a place for each in every record we make.
The lounge is a catch-all. It’s a guitar room. It’s a vocal booth. It’s a great place for a drum room-mic. It’s a place to chill out with a cup of coffee or beer and people-watch on Charles Street between takes. Mobtown isn’t a mega big-box studio nor is it in a small cluttered basement, but we’ve got a good vibe, lots of natural light, great rooms, wonderful gear and amazing producers and engineers.