StirlingSound.com

"In an industry that seems continuously challenged by assembly line  production, the artform is at risk.  As such, we're looking for gifted artists to partner with...  to make our services as affordable for these folks as possible to bring back the 'art' to the artform."

Rik Stirling

About Us:

We offer complete audio recording / production packages that include full on-site residence and facilities.

We offer "weekend" packages in addition to discount package pricing.  Of course, our existing recording studio built in 1995 (now referred to as Studio B) will remain intact and a part of the overall
Stirling experience here in Minnesota, ready for video editing and production in addition to audio production.

We will work with any artist to give form to their creative ideas….  Stirling Sound can accommodate packages from full Audio production to mastering, and anything in-between.  For example, you may have a digital recording system to capture your ideas, but do not have the expertise to bring things “to the next level”.  We can accommodate your needs, working with your recordings, or instructing you as to how you can get the best recordings with your system and refining things at Stirling, saving you expense where it will not compromise your artistry.

Please forward to us your copyrighted samples of your work so that we can explore how we can build a package that will fit your budget, and meet our standards of professional audio production.  

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