The Salt Lick Denver Recording Studio

Live-sessions, multi-track recording, mixing & mastering 

Record with The Salt Lick crew in our brand-new cozy west-Denver recording studio. If you thought our Songs from The Pond sessions sounded good, just wait until you hear what our audio engineers are capable of in our professionally sound-treated recording studio. 

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Multi-track Recording Session

$45/hr or $320/day Engineered Studio Time

$200/song Mixing & Mastering

Package deals available!

Record your next single or album at The Salt Lick Denver Recording Studio. Our engineers are excited to get to know you and learn about your music project! Our cozy recording studio offers the sound-quality of a high-end recording studio, but without the pressure so we can capture your best performances. Whether you have a fully-fleshed out album or a rough acoustic demo that you're looking to turn into a song, The Salt Lick Denver is the recording studio to turn your ideas into a great record. In addition to our engineering services, we also offer production services like session drumming, backing vocals, and many other instruments!

Gear List

Live Sessions

Starting at $600

Promote your next release, and show your fans why they should come to one of your shows! Live sessions produced by the same crew that produces Songs from The Pond (click here for examples!) Professional lighting, cinematography, recording, mixing and mastering all together at an affordable price. Release live versions of your music for your fans, and use our live sessions to book better gigs for your band.

Deliverables

  • 4 camera (2 dynamic/2 static) HD color corrected and edited live-session ​​

  • Mixed and mastered .wav files ready to upload to streaming services

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Chris Voss

Audio Engineer & Producer

Chris Voss is the audio engineer behind our Songs from The Pond sessions. He's engineered sessions for popular Denver bands such as Ramakhandra, Shadow Work, N3PTUNE, mlady and Bear and the Beasts. Chris is inspired by the works of King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Hiatus Kaiyote, and the hundreds of incredible musicians making music in Denver. Outside of engineering, Chris is hard at work self-producing his solo project, Silver Screen Fantasy.

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John Baldwin

Producer, Drummer, Vocalist & Engineer

Is there anything John can't do? We haven't found out yet. If you need a session drummer, flautist, or a full 4-octave choir on one of your tracks John is the producer for you. John has a mind for production, and can help you flesh out your ideas into powerful, and emotionally resonant arrangements. To get an idea of what John is capable of, check out his project, John Baldwin.

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Jason Edelstein

Cinematographer & Editor

Jason is the director of photography of the Songs from The Pond series. He brings professional lighting and cinematic video to our live-session recordings. He's also a musician, and is intently listening while filming to capture the subtle communication between band members, and key moments in your song. 

 
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Testimonials

"We had such a great experience working with The Salt Lick! They're such a talented and passionate crew. My band did a Songs From The Pond Session with them last year and were blown away by their professionalism and kindness. Both the video and sound quality were exceptional. Can't wait to see what comes next!"

- Evan Lei, Stop Motion

"The Salt Lick provided excellent live tracking and mixing for our last record. They also provided wonderful videographer for our music video and live sessions. Friendly, professional staff dedicated to creating quality work."

- Bear Redmon, Bear and the Beasts

"It’s a sunroom-like space that juts off from just inside their front door. On one end, there’s a gazebo-style wall with full access to gleaming sunlight, backing their in-house drum kit. [...] Potted plants hang an equal distance from each other around the border of the room. Sound panels the color of sandstone line the walls and ceiling, and blend into Hoang’s mural-in-progress; a vital piece of The Salt Lick wherever they set up shop."

- Carter Ferryman, 303 Magazine, The Salt Lick Records Share Excitement Over New Denver Recording Studio