Top LA recording studio makes the VB Guitar Amp Enclosure cry with great guitar tone recordings! House of Blues Studios in Encino, California needed to track several different amps with one of their top clients. They chose the Medium-Large VB Amp Enclosure as the perfect fit for their clients many combo amps that included several vintage Fender Twins.
The Medium-Large VB Amp Enclosure with complete ventilation system. This is a perfect size for most combo sized amps as well as speaker cabinets. A number of microphone set-ups can be achieved to get the dialed in tone their clients seek.
Being the best recording studio is all about control and having unlimited creative options at your fingertips. The VB Amp Enclosure is more than just keeping their tracks separated it enhances their creative arsenal.
Why They Rock
House of Blues Studios, Encino is a world class facility set in the lush hills of Encino, California, within the quiet boundaries of a private gated complex. The studio features a 36 channel, 72 input custom, all discrete, NEVE console with a 16 channel API sidecar and boasts an amazing selection of both vintage and modern microphones. The efficient but unobtrusive staff is ready to aid in productivity in a “down home” working environment.
Those familiar with the House of Blues restaurants and clubs will immediately be welcomed by the same decor, an eclectic mix of styles drawn from earthy Southern Blues and Far East spirituality. The hilltop location provides a serene, laid back environment, something almost impossible to find in the hustle and bustle of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The House of Blues Studios offers a uniquely calm and agreeable isolation with the convenience of Ventura Blvd. only minutes away.
Owned by Tennessee native Gary Belz, HOB Encino is a member of the Kiva family of recording studios, an award-winning group located in Nashville, Memphis and Los Angeles, where hit albums from such artists as The Wallflowers, Matchbox 20, Puff Daddy, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Beck, Goo Goo Dolls and Keb ‘Mo, among many others, have been recorded.