We offer a strong sound production program at our creativity hub including 2 different recording stations with state-of-the-art technology and a wide range of high-quality instruments used in the recording set up. Our skilled staff members guide our clients through the whole journey from start to finish. From writing and composing songs, to recording entire albums. We even assist clients in registering, copy-writing and releasing their work.
Our program offers the opportunity for clients to shoot and produce their own music video clips shot in 4K on our Sony A7iii set up, or even use the skills of our staff who specialise in animation to produce an animated film clip.
Our newest addition to the Rely-ability team brings thirty years of industry experience as a sound engineer. Colin Wright has worked with some of the biggest artists in Australia and has twenty years experience teaching sound production at TAFE NSW. Colin works directly with clients to provide them with a wealth of knowledge and training in sound production techniques and processes. Colin's combined experience as a teacher and producer helps clients to achieve professional quality recordings and commercially competitive mixes. With Colins' guidance clients are able to obtain a high level of skill in recording, from instrument and equipment setup all the way through to mixing and mastering. If music performance and and production is your passion then Colin is a highly valuable resource in aiding your journey as an artist.
We use One 5 professional recording software in our set up to ensure a professional sound is achieved from studio through to stage. Our machines use a PreSonus FP10 interface and a universal audio Apollo 4 interface. We offer all recording equipment in our programs from microphones and headphones to amplifiers and instruments. Our high end set up includes a wide variety of technology as well as a wide range of instruments including a 7-piece acoustic drum-kit Gretsch Catalina series, made from Maple-wood with evolution symbols. Take a look: