I don’t feel the need to publish the studio’s equipment on the internet. In my opinion, you shouldn’t be choosing a studio based on their equipment, but rather the quality of their work and their engineer. No one has ever listened to a song and thought, “wow this song sucks but I’m going to keep listening to it because it was recorded through a Neve/API/SSL console .” We love the songs we love because they’re good songs. A lot of great music wasn’t recorded with the top of the line equipment, and yet the songs are still amazing and we listen to them over and over without any issue. Keeping that in mind, the engineers goal is to get the best possible performance.
If you are wondering what gear is in house, please email and I’ll send you a list or come take a tour to see it in person. I have over 30 guitar and bass amps, a plethora of guitars, 5 studio drum kits, and an array of mics and outboard gear that will knock you into the couch.