The Studio

33rd Street Studio was opened in 2013 by producer Tyler Garcia in order to provide the highest quality recording experience while remaining affordable for local artists. We have served over a hundred artists during that time in different capacities from producing and mixing, to songwriting and film scoring. A wide range of instruments, microphones, and other gear are available for use during your session. We give back to local artists and to the community through programs like 33rd Street Single and 33rd Street Sessions. The studio is open to all artists and engineers that need a relaxed environment with good vibes to create their next masterpiece.  

What makes us different at 33rd Street Studio is that we are equipped to produce quality music of all genres. We understand the different production needs of different musical styles. We understand that your rock band needs punchy, energetic drums and aggressive, dynamic guitars, just like we understand that your hip hop album needs hard hitting 808s and basses, with a bright, in-your-face vocal sitting on top. We know that your country record needs detailed mixes for those complex arrangements and perfectly crafted vocal tones just the same as your psychedelic-electronic-indie-noise-rock project needs far-out, experimental tones (that sound so good recorded through our vintage Yamaha console).

The studio consists of three rooms. The spacious control room contains professional acoustic treatment, industry standard monitoring, and a massive a Pro Tools HD system running on a Mac Pro with a PCIe boot drive for a ridiculously fast and responsive audio machine. Seated at the desk, you face a large window into the live room for uninterrupted communication between you and the musicians. The live room has high ceilings and is treated to provide a balanced natural ambience. The isolation room has two windows, providing line-of-sight into the control room and into the live room, so that musicians can perform together comfortably while eliminating bleed. Flexible patch panels in each room allows signal to go wherever you need it to, and to minimize long cable runs.