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Planet Dallas

Studio Recording

Providing a full range of studio services, from pre-production to overdubbing and mixing, Planet Dallas is fully prepared for any in-studio project, regardless of its size or budget. Offering artists and bands a professional, creative environment where they can begin, grow, or complete their recordings, Planet Dallas is truly a recording artists' dream.

In a professional recording studio designed for sonic clarity and equipped with a well-stocked mic locker, Planet Dallas is ready to handle any project or session. From full orchestras to rock bands, string sections, to vocal overdubs, Planet Dallas has you and your project covered.

Planet Dallas offers a full range of in-studio services, including:

  • Pre-production Prep
  • Initial Rhythm Tracking
  • Overdubbing
  • Mixing
  • Voice-overs
  • Digital Editing
  • Audiobook Narration
  • Film and Television Scoring
  • Radio Spots
  • Hands-on Training

We will analyze your project to best determine your needs, ensuring the final product is a success. With the involvement of Planet Dallas, your project will come to fruition and life.

Planet Dallas

Sound Division

Live sound reinforcement production...You name it, we do it.

With a combined 100 plus years of experience in recording and live sound logistics between our technical staff and affiliates, Planet Dallas is also the perfect choice to help you achieve the best possible sound from your concert, corporate meeting, or special event. Having Planet Dallas involved in your live production means that your audience will hear your music and words with the clarity you'd hoped for.

Planet Dallas has been involved with concerts and events ranging in size from 2,000 to 20,000 for clients such as Mary Kay and Southwest Airlines. Whether it's a major tour or corporate event, Planet Dallas has done it before and is ready to do it again.

Our experience with live productions has also given us the insight to help you answer any questions about stage layouts, sightlines, lighting, and video choices. With our attention to detail, the success of your live event is assured.

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Hands-On Training

Planet Dallas hands-on training program is a proud partner & affiliate of the Recording, Radio, & Film Connection.

We specialize in hands-on, one-to-one training for recording studio techniques and live sound mixing.

Ever dream of working in a studio? Maybe mixing a band, live? We can help you achieve that dream

Through the Mentorship Program, offered by Planet Dallas, you will experience hands-on training in a professional recording studio, your home studio, on-site at your venue or church.

Our step-by-step process will help you learn how to do more than just press record or turn up a vocal mic.

Acquiring knowledge of gain structure, signal flow, and troubleshooting from professionals in our industry, you'll be led to greater levels.

This seal certifies that this studio and its studio professionals are
RECORDING CONNECTION
AUDIO PROGRAM
Mentors dedicated to excellence in audio education and advancement the of the recording arts.

LESSON ONE: THE BEGINNING, THE BASICS, & THE STUDIO

In lesson one, you'll have the opportunity to sit with your mentor in a professional recording studio and begin learning the basic concepts you'll be building upon in the lessons to come. By the end of lesson one, you will have successfully routed an audio signal through the recording console, into Pro Tools, and back again!

LESSON TWO: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL AUDIO

Lesson two will have you continuing to route audio through the recording console and into Pro Tools and begin to build your understanding of digital audio. You will cover a number of topics directly related to how D.A.W.'s (Digital Audio Workstations) handle audio/video sessions and the options included within Pro Tools.

LESSON THREE: MICROPHONES

Lesson three focuses predominantly on microphones and their functionality.

LESSON FOUR: CONSOLES

Throughout lessons one, two, and three, you've been able to get audio through the recording console, and now, it's time to learn how the console actually functions. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to study different consoles manufacturers, makes, and models.

LESSON FIVE: THE PATCH BAY

The patch bay is an essential part of any sound entity. In lesson four, you'll be learning how it operates, connecting the console to the outboard gear.

LESSON SIX: MICROPHONES REVISITED

Lesson six will arguably be the most hands-on lesson of the program. By the end of lesson six, you'll have set up and experimented with different microphone positions and techniques.

LESSON SEVEN: INTRODUCTION TO PRO TOOLS

Whereas in previous lessons, you've been using Pro Tools to route audio back to the recording console, you'll now begin to utilize Pro Tools for a number of purposes. You'll learn about Pro Tools itself, fast keys, and how to navigate around the software with general ease.

LESSON EIGHT: PLUG-INS

In lesson eight, you'll learn and experiment with the effects within Pro Tools or the plug-ins. These include reverb, delay, compression, and many, many more.

LESSON NINE: EQUALIZERS

Equalization (E.Q.) is a powerful tool for any recording engineer or producer. Lesson nine will help you understand its purpose and functionality, in addition to the several types of equalizers available.

LESSON TEN: DYNAMICS

Lesson ten encompasses compression, limiting, de-essers, and several other available tools. By the end of lesson ten, you should have a firm grasp of how these tools can be implemented and utilized.

LESSON ELEVEN: REVERBS & DELAYS

Lesson eleven will focus on both reverbs and delays in a manner designed to help you not only understand how and when to utilize them but to improve your quality of work!

LESSON TWELVE: AMPLIFIERS, MONITORS, & SPEAKERS

Lesson twelve will focus on the different types of monitoring and speakers that can be utilized both in the studio and live. You will also be introduced to the several different types of amplifiers that power the equipment you've been using.

LESSON THIRTEEN: MIDI

Lesson thirteen provides an introduction to the digital side of music production in the form of the musical instrument digital interface or MIDI.

LESSON FOURTEEN: REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW

Anything you feel you need to review or cover once more can and will be done to ensure that you walk away from the program with a truly solid and functional understanding of what you've learned!

LESSON FIFTEEN: UTILIZING YOUR NEW KNOWLEDGE

Lesson fifteen marks the end of the program, and as such, you will need to use the skills you've acquired throughout the program to complete tasks as designated by your mentor.

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