Recording Studio

Our recording studio boasts a comfortable atmosphere and flexible workflow for musicians, podcasters, voiceover and more.

Console

Soundcraft 8000, 48-channel, 8-buss analog recording console
This analog console has graced the control rooms of two other Columbus recording studios before finding its new home at Secret Studio.

Monitors

Adam Audio A7X
Acoustic Research 2ax

Digital Recording

Avid Pro Tools
Cockos REAPER
Apple Logic Pro

Analog Recording

Tascam 38 (1/2″ 8-track)
Tascam 22 (1/4″ 2-track)
Studer B67 (1/4″ 2-track)

Microphones

Telefunken CU-29 Tube Condenser
(2) Neumann KM184 Condenser (Matched Pair)
(2) 3U Audio Warbler MKII Condenser (Matched Pair)
Audio Technica AT4050 Condenser
Aston Origin Condenser
(2) Cascade Audio Fathead II Ribbon (Matched Pair)
(3) Sennheiser MD 421 Dynamic
(2) Sennheiser MD 409 Dynamic
Sennheiser MD 431 Dynamic
Sennheiser MKH 416 Condenser
(2) Shure SM7B Dynamic
Shure SM87A Condenser
(2) Vintage Unidyne SM57
AKG D12E Dynamic
AKG D330 BT Dynamic
AKG C535 EB Condenser
Beyerdynamic M 201 TG Dynamic
(2) Audix D2 Dynamic
Audix D4 Dynamic
Realistic/Crown PZM
Miscellanious Sony crystal and dynamic microphones

Direct Boxes

Valvotronics Tube DI
Groove Tubes DI
Sansamp Bass Driver
Radial ProD2 Passive Stereo DI
Radial Re-Amp
Cloudlifter CL-2

Outboard

(3) Vintage Scully 280 Mic Preamps
(2) Warm Audio WA12 Mic Preamps
(2) Sound Devices 302 Mic Preamps
(2) Warm Audio WA76 Compressor
Symetrix 501 Compressor
Symetrix CL-150 Compressor
(2) dbx 163X Compressor
(2) FMR Audio RNC Compressors
Klark Teknik DN410 2-Channel Parametric EQ
Drawmer DS-501 Gate
Delta Labs Effectron Delay
Vintage Furman EV1 Spring Reverb
Alesis Midiverb II
Standel Duette Reverb

Instruments

Early 1970s Rogers Drum Set: 8×12, 9×13, 16×16, 14×22
1975 Yamaha U3 52″ Upright Piano
Fender Rhodes Stage Mark I Keyboard
Hammond M101 Organ with Leslie Model 125 Speaker Cabinet
Fender 50’s Classic Telecaster
Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Bass (Lindy Fralin Pickups)
Stewart-MacDonald Stratocaster Copy
Epiphone Les Paul Standard (Seymour Duncan Seth Lover Pickups)

Amps

Early 90s Fender Blues Deluxe (40-watt tube amp, 1×12″ Speaker)
Fender Excelsior (13-watt tube amp, 1×15″ Speaker)
Ampeg Reverberocket 2 (12-watt tube amp, 1×12″ Speaker)
Ampeg BA115 Bass Amp (150-watt 1×15″ Speaker)