Thanks for visiting the studio and rates page at justincolletti.com. Here’s a brief overview.
I’ve used a wide range of studios, from historic and meticulously-designed tracking rooms, to re-purposed living rooms in rural log cabins. Two of my current favorites is the affordable and tremendously well-equipped Strange Weather Recording Studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and GödelString Studios in Park Slope.
For mixing projects on a tight budget, I often use my personal project studio on the Park Slope/Gowanus border of Brooklyn. To see a list of these and many more, please visit my Brooklyn recording studios page. To ask about the best options for your budget and style, please click here to send an email.
Having a choice of studios means always having the right gear for the job. Whether your album calls for a Studer tape machine with a vintage Neve console, or a mobile digital rig with some of the best analog hardware available, I have access to the gear you want at price you can afford — often at rates far lower than you’d expect.
There are a few tools I’ve come to rely on, and I’ve also built up an assortment of secret-weapon microphones and custom compressors that have become hard to live without. To geek out on specific items, feel free to click through to the traveling gear page.
One of the primary benefits of working with a freelancer is that we’re able to match your project to the environment that best suits your needs — regardless of your budget. This way, the key part of the equation remains the all-important fit between artist and engineer.
As a freelancer, I can accommodate a variety of price points at some of the best studios in the country. Rates (with me included) frequently range from as low as $400 up to $1000/day. Unattended mixes at my own project studio in Park Slope start at just $350/song, with steep discounts available for full-length albums, sparse material and non-commercial projects.
Please click here to reach out about your project today. Thanks for visiting, and happy tracking,
PS – Want to see a list of happy clients whose names you’re likely to know? Click here for the “Clients” page. Want to hear some great-sounding samples of my work with indie artists on tight budgets? Click here to visit the “Listen!” page.