The Orlando area is teeming with talented musicians. Many of them have been drawn here because of family, school or musical opportunities and one of the reasons they stick around is the availability of quality tools for the advancement of their musical careers like Evermore Sound Studios.
Evermore Sound Studios now has even more to offer musicians with the addition of a second studio. The new studio, dubbed Studio B – The Midas Room, is available to rent on a lease or daily basis to outside engineers.
“Absolutely,” said Luke Beaulac (owner/producer) when asked whether the new studio would be a good draw for the Orlando music community. “We also try to help local musicians via sponsorship of local events. Plus we offer affordable rates and even offer six-month no-interest financing. And now with the new Midas room, even more options are available to the music community.”
Opened by Beaulac in 2012, Evermore Sound Studios has had many bands through their doors from well-known musicians to local Orlando indie bands on a budget. Molly Hatchet, In The After, General Eyes, Somewhat Sovereign, Liquid Spiral, Bootes, Titan Rain, Plaid & Pearl, Groove Stain, Apollo Electric, American Jesus, Apache Resistance, Brothers of Alien Rock, Lit Up, Dirty Shannon, F.I.L.T.H, Lake Worth Long Shots, Staring Blind, 11 Alive and many more have recorded there.
Both studios at Evermore Sound, Studio A – The Neve Room and Studio B feature state-of-the art equipment and gear. Both have an analog console as well as analog outboard hardware and record to Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).
The new studio has a lot to offer outside engineers and producers with access to a full professional studio to record, mix and produce their own projects. The Midas room is 19’ by 17’ and is large enough to accommodate four or five piece bands and the console accepts 32 simultaneous inputs.
“The new room is not aimed at bands but at engineers, but we do have engineers that will be renting the room specifically to work with certain bands,” Beaulac told the Orlando Local Music Examiner. “So in essence the bands will be working in partnership with the engineer. This gives engineers that do not have a studio, the opportunity to record their favorite bands.”
Evermore Sound Studios is located in Orlando and they work with any style of music. Bands and engineers interested in recording at Evermore Sound can contact Luke Beaulac with information found on the studio’s official web site.