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Whether you need a voice over for your next movie or your band needs its next album recorded, mixed, and masterd Producer/Engineer Charlie Waymire will work with you throughout the entire process to make sure your project turns out just how you envisioned it!


"I’ve never worked with anyone before this that can get exactly the sounds you ask for. Somehow I can say, “can you make it more orange” and up comes the sound I’m looking for. If you need a studio or an engineer/producer you can’t go wrong with Charlie Waymire and Ultimate Studios, Inc.” Tim Pedersen – Drummer/Producer

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*Rates include your engineer Charlie Waymire plus the use of any of the studios instruments if needed.
*A 50%, non-refundable, deposit is required to hold your booking.
*5 day notice must be given to reschedule any session. If any session is cancelled within 48 hours of the scheduled time, the full amount of booked time (including any musician fees) will be due immediately.
*Payment is due at the end of each session and before release of recording media – No Exceptions
*Billing starts at the time booked – Minimum session 3 hours
*Billing is done in ½ hour increments – Overtime at standard hourly rate
*You are responsible for any damage to studio property by you or your party

**Please show up to your session on time. If your session has been booked to start at 12pm, that’s when the clock starts ticking. Even if you show up at 2pm.


Love fullondrums too ! I’ve been trying for over a month to get my snare to sound like the “love and meth” track you guys tracked and then gave out the stems for everyone to enjoy. The chain info you provided says, 57+7602+ Dbx 166. I’m running a 57 into a scarlet 18i20. Your tracked snare sounds thick with weight and no harsh highs or muddy lows, I’ve moved my drums out of the corner and that cleaned up some mud, do I need a CL7602+Dbx to get the rest of the way there? Is it the effect of pre+eq+comp that I’m hearing my snare recording sounds thin. Thanks from KC, Todd. Go Chiefs!

Hey Todd! Thanks for the comment! First off I would advise checking the phase between your overheads and the snare. More often than not the overheads are out of phase. Simply fixing that first can have a HUGE impact on your snare sounding nice and full. After that it’s tuning and playing. The 7602 and 166 definitely added something to the sound but it started with Ray and tuning.

Having said that I can’t recommend the 7602 enough. It’s a great pre. As for the DBX I would suggest looking at a 160x or 160xt instead of the 166.

Happy recording!