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Old 8th June 2012
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I agree strongly -- NO autoplay music, EVER.
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Old 9th June 2012
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Old 9th June 2012
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Never hurts to have a ridiculously hot girl on the homepage .
Old 9th June 2012
  #34
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I'd like to think I have nice site, we recently renovated it, no flash anymore
The Musiclab NYC : Analog and Digital Recording, Production, Arranging, and Mixing - serving New York City and beyond!
Works for me. I like the 50's thing, and it's easy enough to navigate.

STERLING SOUND - Audio Mastering Studio, New York - Official Website

Sterling Sound have a really nice website. I was pleasantly surprised to see this, because their old website was really difficult to navigate.
Old 9th June 2012
  #35
Mine is nothing flash (pun intended) but I'm pleased with it (despite the fact that every web develop I've ever met tells me it's terrible and old fashioned):

Circle Studios, Birmingham, England

I hate three things in a website:

1. business/too much info crammed into too little space
2. slow loading times
3. autoplay music

@ the OP, I like yours. Nice clean lines.
Old 9th June 2012
  #36
Great tips here! I also find that the site just keeps getting better as content is added.

Audio Ecstasy Productions
Old 9th June 2012
  #37
With our website redesign (getting away from flash since most people don't like it) we went for simplicity and easy navigation. The user experience is everything. It may not be the flashiest site ever, but it's easy to find info.


SmithLee Productions Recording Studio - Home - St. Louis, MO


-Justin
Old 18th July 2012
  #38
Here is my studios new website which I designed myself. I wanted to keep it simple (basically a one-pager), clean/sharp, as well as iphone-compatible (It amazes me how many music related sites are not HTML5 when it comes to audio players).

My only concern is the photos taking too long to load. Thinking I might diminish the image quality for quicker loading.

devotionrecording.com
Old 18th July 2012
  #39
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www.sonicgun.co.uk

Load the page and wait for the magic to happen ... Oh + no flash here!
Old 20th July 2012
  #41
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Here is ours, done by me but I am pretty happy with it.

The Parlour - Recording Studios - The Recording Studio For Bands
Old 21st July 2012
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Here is ours, done by me but I am pretty happy with it.

The Parlour - Recording Studios - The Recording Studio For Bands
nice web page and nice place
Old 21st July 2012
  #43
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nice web page and nice place
Thanks
Old 23rd September 2013
  #44
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New site

We've just rebuilt our site on the squarespace platform. Would love to know what you guys think!

Kore Studios - Home
Old 6th November 2013
  #45
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As I've just sweated my guts out nights for the last couple of months to finish it, here's mine. We're not the biggest place, but hopefully you'll find both the studio and the site suitably 'high end'

Now off to catch some zzz's
Old 7th November 2013
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Here's the our studio website. We went for earth tones and clean lines. Hopefully it's gearslut worthy!

Truphonic Recording
Old 7th November 2013
  #47
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Nice place - remarkably similar setup and concept to ours in many ways - how do you find the D Control?
Old 8th November 2013
  #48
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Nice place - remarkably similar setup and concept to ours in many ways - how do you find the D Control?
Thanks! When I'm doing pop stuff, it comes in handy I love having tactile automation for feeling, aside from that having faders is nice. It's not slowing down my workflow, but it's not nearly as useful as my magic trackpad.

Your place looks awesome btw!!! it's a great gear concept for modern studio economics. Huge selection of different pres and comps, allows us to take on passion projects bc we don't have a $1000 electric bill. And we have 2 studios!
Old 8th November 2013
  #49
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Here is web site of my small local mixing/mastering facility

www.mastering.by
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