Drum Recording Los Angeles

 

Drum recording the right way.

Ultimate Studios, Inc is your home for your drum recording in Los Angeles!

We help you design the perfect drum tones for your songs! And.....have a ton of fun doing it! DM us or call 818-308-4553 and let's get your drums done!!...#drumrecording #drumsession #recordingdrums #drumstudio #drumroom #recordingstudiolosangeles #lamusic #lamusicscene #losangelesmusic #losangelesmusicscene

Posted by Ultimate Studios Inc on Thursday, 30 August 2018

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Anthony Salazar - Drummer

"We had so much fun and felt right at home working with Charlie.
Thank you Charlie Waymire at Ultimate Studios, Inc!! I will see you on the next project."

Lee Piatelli - Drummer

"I’ve recorded at Ultimate Studios Inc with Charlie on numerous occasions. He is truly one of the best in the business in every aspect"

Grant Bogorad - Dankrupt

"Easily the best drum sounds in Los Angeles! I have recorded countless records with Charlie and it's always a great experience."

Ultimate Studios, Inc is the premier studio for drum recording in Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Panorama City and North Nollywood.

Bring On The Drums

Getting great drum sounds is more than just "getting a great drum sound". It's about getting a sound that is right for the song. Context is EVERYTHING! Drum recording is our specialty at Ultimate Studios, Inc and we work tirelessly to get the perfect drum tones for each and every artist. That is our promise to YOU!

Drums are a complex instrument to record well and capturing great sounding drum tracks is a combination of recording techniques and performance. The way we record drums at Ultimate Studios, Inc is to go over every detail to ensure the best sounds possible for your songs.

With over 20 years of experience Producer/Engineer Charlie Waymire is extremely adept at working with drummers to get the best possible performance. This is one of the many reasons that Ultimate Studios, Inc has become a home for drummers in Los Angeles to record their drum tracks.

 

Chad Smith and Kevin Chown recording drums and bass with producer/engineer Charlie Waymire at Ultimate Studios, Inc Los Angeles

Charlie Waymire, Chad Smith, Kevin Chown

Charlie took on the daunting task of building his own drum friendly, affordable drum recording studio in Los Angeles where he could create the drum sounds he had always envisioned.

With a fantastic sounding live room, and a Trident 88 console at the helm, Ultimate Studios, Inc has quickly become the “go to” hub for drummers of all styles including Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Ray Luzier (Korn), Josh Freese (Perfect Circle), Benny Rogers II (Mariah Carey), J.R. Robinson (Michael Jackson), Glen Sobel (Alice Cooper), Mike Avenaim (Scott Weiland), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake), Oscar Seaton Jr. (Lionel Richie), Greg Garman (Selena Gomez), Nick Adams (David Cook), and many others.

The live room is a spacious 600sq ft and can be completely customized to each and every project, making the room extremely versatile.

What sets Ultimate Studios, Inc. apart from other recording studios in Los Angels is the collection of great sounding drums from Pearl, Gretsch, Yamaha, and Ludwig as well has bags full of fantastic sounding Paiste cymbals. With 5 completely different kits and over 15 snares to choose from it will be easy to find the perfect sound for your songs!

The best part....

All of our gear is available for you to use at NO extra charge!


*Prices include your engineer Charlie Waymire plus the use of any of the studios instruments if needed.
*A 50%, non-refundable, deposit is required to hold your booking.
*If any session is cancelled within 48 hours of the scheduled time, the full amount of booked time (including any musician fees) will be due immediately.
* Payment is due at the end of each session and before release of recording media – No Exceptions

**Please show up to your session on time. If your session has been booked to start at 12pm, that’s when the clock starts ticking. Even if you show up at 2pm.

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