HALFWAY TO HELL
Analog-Digital Recording Studio

Overview


Halfway To Hell studio is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is operated by Terry Leach, John Bullock, and Max Francis.

Current artists recording in the studio include:

For rates and other information, please Contact the studio.


Location


Halfway to Hell Studio is located in the heart of Albuquerque, New Mexico, near the University of New Mexico. Its underground location offers extraordinary sound isolation from the nearby streets and rail lines.

The 1,100 square foot studio consists of a 700 square foot tracking room and a 400 square foot control room. The acoustics are professionally designed to assure an optimal recording environment.



Console



The heart of the studio is a Sony MXP3056 console outfitted with:

  • 56 Input Channels
  • API 212s Mic Preamps
  • API 550s 4-Band Equalizers
  • GML Automation
  • Noise-Reducing Oxygen-Free Copper Wiring
  • Universal Audio, dbx, and Alesis Outboard Compressors

Equipment


Halfway to Hell Studio is stocked with a variety of recording and production equipment.

  • Altec-Lansing Voice of the Theater Monitors
  • Event Electronic 2030 Monitors
  • Klipsch 1.5 Monitors
  • Neumann, Senheiser, AKG, Shure, Sony, Miktek, and ADK Microphones


Production Computer



A high performance computer is available for production.

  • Windows 7, Intel Core i7, 24GB RAM, SSD
  • Dual Apple Cinema 30" Monitors
  • Pro Tools 10, 11
  • Cubase 8
  • Universal Audio, Waves, Chandler, SSl, and Sonnix plugins