Weird Signals is nestled inside of the Woodland Theater, a multi-use artist space that was originally built as a local movie theater in 1926. Over time it has taken on many names and uses but has remained an arts and music space for almost three decades.
The studio features a 16’ tall ceiling (good for drums!) and a open floor that's great for recording groups and individual performers. If more isolation is desired then there is the option of separating sound with acoustic baffles or utilizing a few small rooms attached to the main space.
The control room is a cozy and warm room featuring a mix of modern and vintage recorders and outboard equipment. Read the full equipment list below.
Rates are affordable, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
In preparation for your next session, we can also put you in touch with a wide range of well experienced local musicians that can produce, arrange, or perform for your project.