Next month, Colorado Sound Studios (Westminster, Colo.; www.coloradosound.com) will enter its 25th year of recording and producing projects ranging from albums to custom soundtracks. Owner/studio manager/chief engineer Kevin Clock has been with the studio since its inception in 1977, and has hundreds of projects (from bluegrass to pop and jazz to rock) under his belt as engineer and/or producer.
The studio offers a Euphonix CS 2000P recording console, two Pro Tools 24|Mix Plus 24-bit systems, an Otari MTR-90II 2-inch 24-track recorder with Dolby SR, and a healthy selection of outboard gear, mics and monitors. The newly redesigned Studio B, a mastering and MIDI room, is a SMPTE-based pre-production studio and has been used for everything from song demos to fully orchestrated film scores with video lockup.
Personnel at Colorado Sound include: Tom Capek, composer/producer and mastering and MIDI specialist; Cheryl Winston, office manager; Lorne Bregitzer, engineer; Steve Avedis, engineer; Jeff Shuey, engineer; and James Tuttle, engineer.