Hey Charlie Studios



FAQ:

DO YOU HAVE LODGING? Unfortunately NO. However I can recommend several Hotels close to the studio and many other amenities in the area.

DO YOU REQUIRE A DEPOSIT? YES. I require 50% of the total upon our first session. No other payment is required until services are complete. Master copies will only be released after payment is made in full.

WHAT PAYMENT METHODS DO YOU ACCEPT? I accept all major credit cards, cash, and check. Payments can be made using Chase Quickpay, Paypal, Zelle. However all credit card payments will be charged a service fee of 4%. All checks can be made payable to: Hey Charlie Studios

Any Paperwork Involved? Once the process begins I will be sending you a quote for services and liability form that will need to be signed before we begin. I like to have everyone on the same page in terms of what we will be working on so that no one is taken advantage of during any part of the process. This studio is also a labor of love and has taken years to get where it is today and I want to keep it this way for all my clients, which is why liability forms are required to ensure the space and gear remains protected.

IS THERE A GEAR RENTAL FEE? NO. All the gear on the studio gear list is available for use, FREE of charge. HOWEVER IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE ANY GUITARS PLEASE BRING NEW STRINGS FOR THE PROJECT. I am looking to capture the best tones possible and will do so by any means. However it is understood by all musicians and associates of the client are responsible for any damages that may occur to those instruments during the recording session.

WHAT OTHER AMENITIES DO YOU PROVIDE? There is free WIFI for all clients. The studio also has a shower. The studio contains a wet bar with 2 fridges. (all beverages and food provided by the client). Coffee and Hot Water Kettle are also available. In the bar area is a 40 in flat screen TV with XBOX, Nintendo Game Cube, and Chrome Cast. There is also a lounge area with seating for clients to unwind and separate themselves temporarily from the recording process. Sometimes you need to be able to clear your head and refocus yourself.