recording studio: a creative environment or location used to preserve musical or other auditory performances

Nestled away in a quiet corner of Bel Air, MD, zeroVU is a recording studio conceived as a sanctuary for the creative artist. The sound you hear in you mind is easily captured using industry standard studio microphones from AKG, Sennheiser, and Shure as well as more exotic models from Neumann and Telefunken. Recording projects range from full band recording, radio voiceovers, narration for audiobooks and instructional materials, overdubs of instruments and vocals. A live room and three separate isolation booths accommodate the simplest to most complex recording sessions.

recording artist: a musician, vocalist, or narrator who’s renditions are preserved for later performance

music

Rhett Miller • Robbie Robertson • Living Colour • Addison Steele • Avilar • Red Rocket • Filmore • John Prucha • Will Sims • Kelsey Younce

voiceover

Condoleezza Rice • William Shatner • Carl Reiner • George Takei • Drew Carey • Cal Ripken Jr. • Bruce Greenwood • Bill Kurtis • Burt Reynolds • C.C.H. Pounder • Ed Asner • Ellen Barkin • Jamie Farr • Jim Belushi • Lorna Luff • Michael York • Mimi Rogers • Neale Donald Walsch • Robert Forster • Robert Foxworth • Listening Library • Penguin Audio • Random House • Simon and Schuster • Time Warner











recording equipment: devices both analog and digital used in the manipulation, capture and storage of audio works