Flux Magnetic Studios

Flux Magnetic Studios Flux Magnetic is a fully analog recording studio right in the heart of Greenpoint. As musicians and analog recording enthusiasts, we built a perfect creative space that provides the ability to make fully analog records in comfort and at affordable price

Operating as usual

09/27/2020

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04/22/2020

Come see our new samples! Link to the website is in the "about" section.

03/16/2020

We provide analog recording and mixing services at reasonable prices. We have the ability to track full bands regardless of style or number of players. Our live room, control room, and vocal/iso room are treated and isolated. We have a large collection of guitar amps, vintage keyboards, percussion and drums, tape machines, and rack gear -- come record with us!

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18 Greenpoint Ave
New York, NY
11222

Products

Analog Recording At Affordable Prices

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We Understand Musicians

Flux Magnetic is a fully analog recording studio right in the heart of Greenpoint. As musicians and analog recording enthusiasts, we built a perfect creative space that provides the ability to make fully analog records in comfort and at affordable prices. We understand musicians because we are musicians.

Why Using Tape Is Such A Big Deal?

We’ve been asked that question multiple times. It’s expensive, it needs maintenance, the editing is limited.. Despite all that it is much better suited for recording live bands and offers you pretty much instant gratification on playback. Think of it as film vs digital photography, you can spend hours upon hours in Photoshop to get that “film look” or you can just use film and get that “look” without any struggle, but unlike film tape doesn’t need to be developed. Just like film, tape forces you to do more work in pre-production than in post meaning that rather than postpone all the production decisions for the time when everything is recorded, you plan the session out before it even begins and make a good deal of those decisions upfront. The benefits of doing that is that it saves you from the choice paralysis that can come later when you start adding infinite overdubs because track count in digital is unlimited and stack plugins by a dozen to get “that” sound. In other words it’s faster and more time efficient than digital, as you don’t have to spend too much time to get good sound. For those who are thinking of next generations discovering their music, tape would be the answer to a medium that can survive several decades. Unlike the digital formats that constantly change and evolve and have a rather short life cycle, analog tape formats have stayed the same for the past 50 years meaning that you can play any tape from the 60s or 70s or even 50s on a modern machine and transfer it to a record or a digital file. And finally for the analog purists, you can make a AAA(all analog) grade vinyl record by making a 1/4’ master of your mixes and with that roll of tape go to any mastering studio that has proper equipment and make an all analog vinyl press. How cool is that!!?? After all, that’s how most of your favorite records were made, so why compromise? Nothing beats the real thing!

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