Great video games don't only need to look or feel good, they also need to sound good and that's what we are here for, to make your video games sound like no other.
We provide fine sound design with deep understanding of the technology that runs under the hood. We also offer separate foley or voice acting possibilities, consultation, lectures and the possibility for big music recording and mixing sessions.
The video game department is run by Joonas Turner who has worked with games such as BADLAND by Frogmind Games, Nuclear Throne by Vlambeer, The Swapper by Facepalm Games, Broforce by Free Lives.
Our studio has been built into an old movie theatre. We have 320 m2 including three control rooms, a big recording room (sali) with three smaller isolated booths (1-3). Attached to control room E2 is our fourth recording booth (4). All control rooms are featured with a possibility to record the big room.
AEA 2 x R84 AKG 2x 451 3 x 414 1 x D12VR Beyerdynamic 1 x M160 ( Steffens 661c) 3 x opus 87 1 x opus 99 2 x opus 53 DPA 2 x 4011A ( stereo pair) 4099 Electro-Voice 4 x PL35 1 x RE20 Neumann 2 x u89i 4 x km184 (stereo pair) 2 x kms105 1 x m147 1 x m149 2 x U87 2 x TLM103 Peluso 1 x p12 Sennheiser 2 x MD421 2 x MD422U 2 x MD441 2 x 409 (stereo pair) 3 x 509 (black fire) Shure 4 x SM57 2 x SM58 2 x beta52 Telefunken 1 x m80PA-System
2x d&b 250w (top) 2x yamaha model ax15w 500w (sub) Allen & Heat Mix Wizard Yamaha P1500 Power Amp
Sennheiser + beyerdynamic (various models)
Aviom A 16 II with 6 mixers, Hear technologies hear back monitoring system with 12 mixers.
Premier Gen-X (3x tom, snare ja kick) Zildjian Symbaalit (Sweet ride, A Custom Crash, K DarkCrash ja K Hi-Hat)
Vox ac30 MusicMan 212 Peavey pacerMarshall MK2. VOX AC30 T VOX 212 CABIN (Celestion vintage 30, Celestion G12) MUSIC MAN 212 IBANEZ GX 60B AMPEG HEAD Mesa/Boogie CABIN
EBS HD350, SWR SM-400, Mesa/Boogie CABIN
Leslie, Dynacord ME2H Leslie,Hartke KM200
Fullsize Estonia Grand
Keyboards " Electric Pianos:
Rhodes Mark 1 Rhodes Seventy Three WurliTzer model 200A FALCON mod. 440/G FAREISA compact duo Rheem Kee Bass Hammond 100 A (B3) moog VOYAGER Hammond auto-vari64 model 101200 CHILTON TALENTMAKER model TM Loopper HOHNER Clavinet Pianet DUO HOHNER melodica student 32 HOHNER Clavinet D6 KORG ES-5 FARFISA KEY8 YAMAHA AN1 X KORG D5-8 KORG X3 ensoniq SQ 80 KORG Polysix KORG Poly-61 KORG poly-800 Tiger duo N.V.
Studer A994, 48 channel Fully loaded with motorized faders,dynamics and total recall
Dynaudio BM15A + sub, Genelec 1031A and Yamaha NS-10
Digital Recording System:
Pro Tools HDX ,2 x AVID HD I/O 16x16 ,2 x AVID 192 I/O, Eucon Euphonix MC mix, Pro tools 10/11 + plug-ins ( MassivePack 5, Antares vox pack, Waves. etc.), Logic Pro 9 + plug-ins, SYNC HD I/O
Neve 1081R 12 channel preamp, UA 6176 ( 1ch ), AEA TRP - The Ribbon Pre ( 4 ch)
SansAmp PSA-1, 2 x Urei LA 4, 2 x Urei LA 3, 5 x DBX 160A, Tube-Tech Mid EQ ME1A, EMT 140 plate reverb, Roland Guitar Preamp SIP-300, Roland Space Echo RE-201, Roland SDE-2000, Roland SDE-330, Roland SDX- 330, Sony R 7
Studer A800 16 Track Studer A820 master recorder
AVID ICON 24 fader D-Command
Digital Recording System:
Pro tools HDX , SSL ALPHALINK AX, Avid HD MADI, Pro tools 10/11 + plug-ins ( MassivePack 5, Antares vox pack, Waves. etc), Logic Pro 9 + plug-ins, NI Komplete 9 ultimate
SSL VHD PRE ( 4 ch ), Focusrite Red 7
Stereo monitoring Genelec 1032A, Yamaha NS 10, 5.1 surround monitoring Genelec 8030/7050B
T.C.Electronic System 6000 with stereo/surround options EMT 140 plate reverb Valey People Inc. dyna-mite Solid State Logic G Series Compressor 2 X Urei La 4 strereo DRAWMER DUAL-AUTO COMPRESSOR DL241 Eventide H3000 SE Ultra-Harmonizer Ursa Major Space Station SST-282 DRAWMER 1961 VACUUM TUBE EQUALISER XTA RT1 Real Time Spectrum Analyser SONY DELAY UNIT DPS D7 LEXICON pcm 42 DIGITAL DELAY PROSESSOR ECHOPLEX SOUND STATE YAMAHA ANALOG DELAY MODEL E 1005
Crace Design m905
Stereo Dynaudio BM6A,Yamaha NS 10
Digital Recording System:
Pro HDX , Lynx Aurora 16, Pro tools 10/11 + plug-ins ( MassivePack 5, Antares vox pack, Waves. etc), Logic Pro 9 + plug-ins, UAD-2 Quad, NI Komplete 9 ultimate
Rantanen MA 20 ( 2 ch )
Tube-Tech Stereo Multiband Compressor SMC 2B,TC electronic System 6000 + icon remote, DOLBY Spectral Proceccor Model 740, Focusrite RED3 Dual Compressor Limiter, Eventide H3000SE, Roland Dimension D, Gold Line Digital RTA, SPL Loudness maximizer
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It all begun in 1975 when the premises of the old movie theatre Bio Rei were entirely refurbished to a recording studio comprising two monitoring rooms and two recording rooms. The contractor Discophone record label named the place Soundtrack Studios. In comparison to the traditional design of the time, the distinguishing feature of Soundtrack Studio was the great hall with resounding acoustics. This proved to be the indispensable choice as the sound of the hall is today considered legendary. It is not only the sound that is widely recognized, but also the long list of well-known and distinguished artists and songs recorded in the studio that have rendered the studio all the more legendary. With the years, a line of Finnish top artists and bands have visited the studio - from Sielun Veljet to Leevi and the Leavings and Teddy and the Tigers to Tuomari Nurmio - to name a few. (A comprehensive list of the Soundtrack-artists can be found in http://www.finnmusic.net/main.php?6255545c015562505112.)
The end of the 80’s and the 90’s marked a transition period to digital sound in recording studios. Soundtrack greatly contributed to this development, with the unit of digital sound editing led by Robi Godzinsky being most likely the first of the kind in Finland. Other influential figures to be mentioned from the 80’s to the new millennium are studio managers Timo Tuovinen and Seppo Myllyrinne as well as Olli Kykkänen who run the studio till the end of the Soundtrack era. When parting with the studio in 2010, he took the name Soundtrack and assigned it to a new establishment that is currently running in Porvoo. Year 2010 brought another period of change. The studio was renamed E-studio after the specific appeal of the letter E to the new owner Sam Huber. The premises were fully renovated and the technical equipment renewed, but the sound of the great hall remained untouched. Jyri Riikonen took the wheel as the manager of the studio. And only the first few years have shown that legends are being written in the studio again. The new era has begun!