Quad Sound Studios (QSS)
Quad Sound Studios is a student-run recording studio at Harvard University. Members are trained sound engineers capable of recording music of all genres, from a capella and classical to rock and hiphop.
What kind of equipment does the studio have?
QSS is a complete 16-track digital recording studio:
ProTools LE running on a Digidesign 002, ADAT XT20, and Apple G5 workstation
24-channel, 8 bus Mackie mixing console
Two Steinway grand pianos in a great acoustic space
large enough to accomodate most ensembles
Two more soundproofed recording rooms and a separate
control room for recording flexibility
Mics: Rode, AKG, Sennheiser, Nakamichi, Shure, and more
Summit TLA 100A Tube leveler, dbx and aphex compressors
TC Electronics, Lexicon, Ashley, ART, Ensoniq effects processors
Whether you want to make a demo tape, record a CD,
or learn the details of professional audio recording,
Quad Sound Studios can accomodate your needs.
Who can use Quad Sound?
Anyone. We are open both to Harvard students and to the general public, so everybody can take advantage of one of the most affordably priced recording studios around!
Whom do I contact?
To schedule a recording session or to inquire about participating in the comp to become a student engineer, contact Jonathan Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org). (Please note that we generally require a week or two notice to schedule a session)
President: Jonathan Lee
Treasurer: Maxwell Drummey
Comp Director: Sam Ellison
Samples of Studio Recordings: