Los Angeles Recording Studio serving San Fernando Valley, Orange County, Riverside areas of Southern California and artists online and worldwide

Rock Bands

If you’re ready to step out of the shadows and get your album or EP ready for prime time, give us a call or send us an email. We have a great space for drums, guitar, bass, keyboards… If you’ve only ever recorded your band at home or at a rehearsal studio (where everybody and all the instruments are in one room), then you probably haven’t unlocked the potential of your band’s sound. If you’re interested call or email David for a no obligation consult and/or studio tour. We’ll break down the possibilities and see if our recording studio is a good fit for your...

Learn More

Recording Studio News – June 5, 2015

This week at the studio we got deeper into several ongoing musical projects. We wrapped up this visit with composer Sidney James by adding some last vocal touches with Phillip Ingram, Norman Large, and Christina Saffran Citizen Mofo put the (almost) finishing touches on his upcoming release (now trimmed back to 15 songs!) …And from there it was all hip hop!  We had a marathon mixing session with Los Angeles hip hop artist Turdle on the Beat, represented by Leverett Management to finish up all but one track and the final radio edits for his forthcoming iTunes release.  Shy Boy and L.B. from R.S.L. (instagram @provokersl) came in and put verses 2 and 3 on their new track, “More Than One Hustle.” We continued “long distance” mixes for Laramie’s Donny Radwell (“Proved you Wrong”) and the Inland Empire’s Ghettoplex (“Bounce”).  And Trinity (L.A. by way of NYC) came in to work on the mix of “One Year of...

Learn More

Recording Studio News – May 30, 2015

Composer Sidney James, from Miami, was back in studio this week continuing work on his project.  As always the room was filled with great music and some of the best musicians and singers around.  Throughout the course of our relationship with Sidney, we’ve had the pleasure of working with Phillip Ingram, Randy Crenshaw, Norman Large, Terry Wood, Dan Higgins, Kevin Dorsey, Christina Saffran, Angela Carole Brown and others. On the hip hop side this week, we welcomed rappers Matt Nayard and Jacob Bowser (The Dime a Dozen) to the studio for the first time.  Robery and K Dot King continued work on their forthcoming hip hop project All Kings with beat production by M-Dott Fresh, K dot King, Lex Esquivel, and Italian Beatman Mirko Carbone.  SFV rapper DaMan continued work on new material, and we finalized some mastering for L.A. producer Chris Malcolm’s forthcoming indie release, “Adolescence,” with songs featuring Michael Kim, Jyln Jml, and Eduardo Sanchez, with additional production from Andrew Greenlee. Los Angeles hip hop artists Turdle on the Beat and Hefty, represented by Leverett Management came in to mix their self-recorded singles in advance of their iTunes release and tour this summer. Citizen Mofo continued to sing and speak out for what is right with his unique blend of outrage and insight. After much instrumental work, we got our first taste of vocals with Donny Radwell.  Based in Wyoming, Donny has been mixing several songs with us for about a year now.  I think I’m going to start keeping track of rappers and the state they represent…and try to get to 50!  I’ll make a post soon with the states and other countries that have represented at the recording studio to date…coming soon! We had another date with In Fidelity veteran Bugle Black and continued last week’s work mixing tracks for the IE’s Ghettoplex. And, we closed out the week with a BIG BANG!  We recorded our first EP with L.A. based metal band Malice at Three.  Rockin’ hard all through the day and night.  Until next week.  Thanks to everyone for a great week of music and friendship....

Learn More

Recording Studio News – May 22, 2015

Trumpets and hiphop, sprinkle in a little classic rock, add a little protest music, and even a little dance track.  It was a wild and varied week at the recording studio. We welcomed DaMan and his ryhmes in for the first time. Region was back representing for longtime studio favs R.S.L. (instagram @provokersl – going on 10 years working with us!).  Bugle Black – (seven years and counting himself!) and Chicago’s Chuck Hamilton – blessed us with their unique blend of trumpet and hiphop. We had some other first-timers as well from the L.A. underground hiphop scene…Ghettoplex, a hip hop duo from the Inland Empire, mixed their first track with us, “Hike Up” feat. Berto and Big Rog @ghettoplex. NYC native Trinity  continued work on her album with some dance grooves (production provided by J Plot Productions) and some additional horn work from Jonathan Manness (first time here). Speaking of J Plot…he was also here continuing his work with Flythe and Will K. And we sent the first song from the Max Laser Band’s forthcoming full length “Beautiful Heartbreak” off for mastering to Chris Graham Mastering in Ohio.  Executive Producer Nick Kazandjieff is almost ready to pronounce this baby complete!  Full list of album credits later (it’s long – 4 studios and many, many musicians that were all funneled into one saucy album that Nick and David put together here. And lastly, we welcomed Citizen Mofo to the studio this week.  We are already plowing through his arsenal of astute political commentary and protest songs.  If only we all did our little part…remember, if you’re not part of the solution, you are part of the problem…check out his youtube page Until next week.   In Fidelity Recordings is a Los Angeles Recording Studio serving San Fernando Valley, Orange County, Riverside areas of Southern California and beyond. Experienced in all styles of popular music, including rock, hip hop, dance, pop, r&b, electronica, jazz, folk, country, and...

Learn More