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Whitehead Recording - Mid-Michigan's premiere recording studio.

Setup, recording, mixing, and mastering: $40.00 per hour.

There are no equipment rental fees or other extra fees.   One price for all services rendered.

Whitehead Recording is on a pay-as-you-go basis.   Payment is due at the end of each session.  The clock starts from the time booked, regardless of arrival time.  We try not to book recording acts back-to-back in the event the client runs over the allotted time.   If, however, we have scheduled another act behind yours, please be courteous to other clients and make sure you are ready to leave when your session ends.   If you need rough mixes please let us know at least an hour before the end of your scheduled session so we may have time to export them.   No rough mixes or final masters are to be made until full payment has been received for the session.   We reserve the right to hold such masters until full payment has been received.

Referral Service:

For each client referred that uses eight hours you will receive one free hour!   Referrals are presented to individuals and not bands.   In the event that the band breaks up, this policy prevents confusion as to who receives the free hours.   When a band books time here we ask which individual (if any) referred them; not which band.   If they state the name of a band, then we contact the band and ask them for an individual to receive the time.

All recording sessions include one CDR master of the final mix and one safety copy of the master.   Additional copies may be purchased as listed above.

Payment Terms:

At the current time no deposits are required.  All sessions require full payment at the end of the recording session.  (no exceptions!)  Payments may be certified checks, money orders, or cash.  We also accept Visa and MasterCard via PayPal.   If you have any questions about Paypal please contact us.

For tips on estimating how much time you might spend on your project, or what to expect of your session in general, check out our "getting the most out of your session" article located in the community area.

And, as always, feel free to contact us with any other questions you have.