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East Connection Music Recording CO. organises film music score recordings, classical, jazz or pop music instrumental recordings, choir sessions and final mixing on affordable prices.

 

 

Our goal is to make excellent quality recordings in every project.

 

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About us

The crew

Our staff has been working in the music production business for 30 years. During this time, hundreds of film scores and various instrumental music have been recorded in the East Connection Music Recording studios by our sound engineers. We have clients from all over the world. Here in Hungary at our studios, you can work as if you were in Hollywood – only at much less of an expense. Zoltán Kodály has made strong contributions to the field of music education in our country. This is why Hungary has become world famous in regards to its musicians. When you come here for the purpose of recording any type of music, you can be sure that you will always get professional musicians – whether you need only one pianist, or the whole orchestra. We can provide everything you may need: from concept, project planning, creating and editing your assets, to the final masters.

Feel free to contact us and get your quote today, so you will be able to calculate the final cost of your project!

Our Services

Our Studios

studio layout

Studio No. 6 ( download pdf )

Character of the studio: Music

Rooms Area m2 Volume m3 Mid Rev.time
Studio 308 m2 2120 m3 1,3 sec
Control room 7,8 x 3,5 7,8 x 3,5 x 3,5

Mixing console:

  • STUDER 904 A 32/24/4 – VCA + AUDIO KINETICS MASTERMIX INDEPENDENT CONSOLE AUTOMATION SYSTEM

Recording equipments:

  • 1 STUDER A800 Mk III.-24-2″ MULTICHANNEL TAPE RECORDER + DOLBY
    SP-24/SR
  • 2 SONY PCM R700A DAT
  • 3 ML STM 610 1/4″ STEREO TAPE RECORDER
  • 4 TASCAM DA-78HR (22. stúdióból ingyenesen kölcsönözhető / can be hired
    free-of-charge from studio Nr. 22.)
  • 4 SONY PCM 800 (22. stúdióból ingyenesen kölcsönözhető kölcsönözhető /
    can be hired free-of-charge from studio Nr. 22.)

Studio Monitors:

  • GENELEC 1034A MONITORING SYSTEM
  • GENELEC 1031A (NEAR FIELD)

FX Systems:

  • 1 YAMAHA REV-1 PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL REVERBERATOR
  • 1 LEXICON PCM70 EFFECTS PROCESSOR
  • 1 LEXICON 300L DIGITAL EFFECTS SYSTEM

Other equipments:

  • 2 AUDIO DESIGN VOCAL STRESSER F769X-R
  • 1 AUDIO DESIGN COMPEX LIMITER F760X-R
  • 2 KLEIN – HUMMEL UE 200 UNIV. EQ
  • 1 APHEX COMPELLOR
  • 1 QUAD NOISE GATE BSS DPR 504
  • 1 STUDER A730 CD PLAYER
  • 1 CASETTE RECORDER (TECHNICS RS- BX606)

Microphones:

  • NEUMANN TLM 193, TLM 170, U 89i, KM 84, KM 86, SM 69FET
  • AKG D 224, D 330, D 112, D 2000, C 460B
  • BRÜEL&KJÄER 4006, 4011
  • SHURE SM 58, BETA 58, SM 61, SM 62
  • ELECTROVOICE RE 20, RE 50, RE 55
  • SCHOEPS BLM 3 SET

Headphones: AKG K 141

studio layout

Studio No. 8 ( download pdf )

Character of the studio: Music

Rooms Area m2 Volume m3 Mid Rev.time
Studio 116 m2 660 m3 0,5 sec
Control room 7,2 x 4,9 7,2 x 4,9 x 3,3

Mixing Console:

  • CONTROL|24 REMOTE CONTROLLER FOR PRO TOOLS

Recording equipments:

  •  PRO TOOLS HD3 v7.4 with 3 PRE (24 mic preamp), 2x 192 I/O (24+24 analóg I/O, 8+8 AES/EBU I/O)
  • SYNC I/O; MIDI I/O
  • 1 STUDER A 800 MK III.-24-2″ MULTICHANNEL TAPE RECORDER + DOLBY® SP-24/SR
  • 1 SONY PCM 2700 A DAT
  • 1 ML STM 610 1/4″ STEREO TAPE RECORDER

Studio Monitors:

  •  GENELEC 1034 A MONITORING SYSTEM (stereo)
  • DYNAUDIOACOUSTICS AIR 15 (5.1)

INSTALLED PLUGINS:

  • WAVES DIAMOND BUNDLE
  • ANTARES AUTOTUNE 5
  • AC3 CODEC
studio layout

Studio No. 22 ( download pdf )

Character of the studio: Music

Rooms Area m2 Volume m3 Mid Rev.time
Studio 280 m2 2240 m3 1,5 sec
Control room 6,3 x 7 6,3 x 7 x 2,8

Mixing Console:

  • SOLID STATE LOGIC AXIOM MT+ – DIGITAL MULTITRACK CONSOLE 96 IN LINE CHANNELS, 120 DIG I/O, 104 ANALOGUE I/O, + 48 MIC INPUT

Audio recorders:

  • PROTOOLS HDX; version 12 HD with 3xHD I/O (48 tracks), no additional plugins installed
  • 1 STUDER A800 Mk III.-24-2″ MULTICHANNEL TAPE RECORDER + DOLBY SP-24/SR
  • 1 SONY PCM 7030 TIME-CODE DAT
  • 1 SONY PCM 2700A DAT
  • 1 TASCAM DA-98HR
  • 4 TASCAM DA-78HR
  • 4 SONY PCM 800

VIDEO recorders:

  •  1 THOMSON VHS 2180 (S-VHS)

VIDEO monitors:

  •  2 SAMSUNG LCD TV LE37A330 (94 cm) (CONTROL ROOM)

Studio Monitors:

  • GENELEC 1034 A MONITORING SYSTEM (STEREO)
  • DYNAUDIOACOUSTICS AIR 15 (5.1)

ECHO, REVERB AND DELAY SYSTEM:

  •  1 LEXICON 480L EFFECT PROCESSOR + LARC REMOTE
  • 1 LEXICON 960L MULTICHANNEL DIGITAL EFFECTS SYSTEM + LARC2 REMOTE
  • 1 LEXICON PCM 91 DIGITAL REVERBERATOR
  • 1 TC ELECTRONIC M2000 DIGITAL EFFECT PROCESSOR

Other equipments:

  •  1 APHEX STUDIO DOMINATOR
  • 2 ROSENDAHL NANOSYNC-V3 VIDEO SYNC REFERENCE GENERATOR (PAL/NTSC)
  • 1 APHEX COMPELLOR
  • 1 STUDER A730 CD PLAYER
  • 1 SONY DVP NS 705A DVD PLAYER
  • 1 CASETTE RECORDER (TECHNICS RS- BX606)
  • 1 PC DAW

Microphones:

  • NEUMANN TLM 193, TLM 170, U 89i, KM 84, KM 86, SM 69FET
  • AKG D 224, D 330, D 112, D 2000, C 460B
  • BRÜEL&KJÄER 4006, 4011
  • SHURE SM 57, SM 58
  • ELECTROVOICE RE 20, RE 50
  • SCHOEPS BLM 3 SET

Headphones: AKG K 141, K 270

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Our Clients

  • Electronic Arts
  • Euro Disney SCA
  • CACTUS Recording
  • Nicholas Dodd
  • Tom Murray
  • SODA MUSIC Berlin
  • Christian Kolonovits Ges.M.B.H.
  • Bapera Ltd, London
  • MTI Enterprises Inc., New York
  • SONOTON
  • Octavia Records Japan
  • Metronome M.P.
  • Young Danish Film Composers
  • Geoff Westley
  • Adam Wiltize
  • Balazs Havasi
  • Sergio Jiménez Lacima
  • Berklee College of Music
  • dBmusic
  • Justin Bell
  • Heitor Pereira
  • Jonas Colstrup
  • Jonathan David Neal
  • Hallmark
  • Alan Menkin
  • Mona Davis
  • David Hirschfelder
  • Gelfmusic Production
  • Leslie Mandoki
  • Bruno Coulais
  • Christian May
  • Alejandro Martí
  • Federico Jusid
  • Adam Balazs
  • Lucio Godoy
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson
  • Nicklas Schmidt
  • Úlfur Eldjárn
  • Tom Kramer
  • Kasper Bai Andersen
  • Zeltia Montes
  • Ronen Landa
  • Lars Kilevold
  • RMW Music Canada

Useful information

All you need to know for a successful recording session

Preparing right for a session helps you save time, which leads you to a cost efficient recording.

Technical hints for the score and parts:

  • always use bar numbers for each bar
  • keep track of the versions with numbering, not just in the filename but in the score as well
  • make sure the staves are not too small (easier reading help the players)
  • use the same instrument naming convention for all the cues

Technical hints for ProTools sessions:

  • always include 2 bars count-off in the tempo map before the orchestra should start to play
  • please deliver the sessions in 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz (if no other resolution is discussed before)
  • make sure that the audio files are not missing from the Audio files folder
  • name the backing tracks you would like us to play during the recording straightforward
  • check that the tempo map is 100% matches with the score

Hotels near the studios

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(Dist: 200 meters)

Mercure Hotel Korona

(Dist: 400 meters)

Boscolo Hotels New York Palace

(Dist: 800 meters)

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace

(Dist: 1800 meters)

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Contact us

Please contact us below if you require further information:

office@eastconnection.org +1 (347) 2345 972