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Jul 24, 2017

Exciting News For Astoria Creatives: QED Opens New Recording Studio

Aspiring podcasters, listen up! We are excited to learn that QED is opening the doors to their very own recording studio, QED Studios. This will give local creative types the (…)

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Aspiring podcasters, listen up!

We are excited to learn that QED is opening the doors to their very own recording studio, QED Studios. This will give local creative types the chance to record podcasts, voiceover work, and even small music projects close to home, and best of all, at affordable rates.

From the official press release:

Q.E.D. now offers the ability for anyone to record their podcast or voiceover work in its brand new basement studio, QED Studios. The studio is one of the few in all of New York City built specifically with podcasting in mind, but voiceover artists will also benefit greatly from QED Studios’ affordable rates and private atmosphere.

Featuring four microphones and a top-of-the-line audio interface with the option to record in Pro Tools, QED Studios allows anyone to record pristine-sounding audio without breaking the bank. For those who aren’t tech-savvy, QED Studios also offers the option to have a dedicated technician on hand to record and mix your episode for you.

“Podcasting has become such a popular medium in recent years, but a lot of creative-types are still intimidated by the idea of starting their own show because they don’t know where to start equipment-wise.” said Chris Gersbeck, who helped build the studio and is a podcast host himself. “This studio allows anyone to sit down, hit record, and leave with an incredible sounding episode.”

QED Studios is offering a special introductory rate of $30/hour.”

How awesome is that? For more information like tech specifics and reservation info, check out their official QED Studios site.

Now get creating!

 

About Lindsay Goyette

Lindsay has been eating and drinking her way through Queens since 2011. A casting director by day and Astoria explorer by night, you can usually find her checking out live music, theatre, or the newest neighborhood spot to enjoy a craft beer.

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