Yes you can do this all on your own, but you’ll be a much happier human being to do it with other human beings. I can guarentee you that. MICK FLEETWOOD
Pür Recording Studio was borne out of our frustration with not being able to find a decent studio which allowed bands to play together and sound good at the same time.
Both the musicians and the music need air to breathe; being stuck in tiny booths and shuttled from studio to studio for overdubs do not help the creative process in our opinion.
Nevertheless, we accepted it as a ‘necessary evil’ as the album budgets shrunk and the real-estate boom pushed the studios into smaller and smaller spaces. Until… we could not.
We finally decided to build a place of ourselves which we would not need to leave and could realize a project from start to finish.
It may sound crazy to invest in a commercial recording studio when many have closed recently (or can barely survive),
but our philosophy is to make the recording process so efficient that many indie bands will still be able to access it without major label support.
We put a lot of effort into building a spacious and neutral sounding live room because it is always better to start with a good sound than try to fix it in the mix.
High ceilings and curved wood paneling make our live room ideal for natural sounding drums or acoustic ensembles.
There’s enough sound proofing to satisfy any guitarist who wonders how his amps would sound at full volume.
Our control room, as well as the live room, was professionally designed by John Brandt (http://www.jhbrandt.net/) to his exacting standards.
We adopted a mastering suite style control room for immediate access to key pieces of analog gear and chose a smaller analog desk to improve workflow and recall.
Workflow is important to us: when inspiration strikes we wanted to make sure that you have the means to capture it without leaving your seat.
Our patch bay allows any microphone from the live room to be sent to any preamp or processor and from there to the AD/DA.
We offer 32 channels of simultaneous digital recording and playback, with 24 channels of analog summing and 4 mix busses at mixdown.
Of course, there are unlimited channels inside the DAW and a wide selection of plugins for virtual instruments and effects.
Pür also prides itself on the excellent backline it offers to bands that come in here to record.
All the instruments in the studio are our personal items that we have played on many professional recordings and are always maintained to be in top shape.
Drums, guitars, basses, amplifiers, pedals, synthesizers, etc. are all available to our clients at no extra charge.
Make sure you check out our detailed kit list before you rent out anything for your session!
Synthesizers and Samplers
Moog Slim Phatty
Novation Nova Desktop
Roland SPD-SX Sampling Pad
Amps and Cabinets
Suhr Badger 18W /5Y3GT Rectifier Tube
Marshall 50th Anniversary JTM1 Valve Head
Custom Made 50W Tube Head
Engl E315 Gigmaster Head
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Fender ’68 Custom Princeton Reverb Combo (reissue)
Marshall Custom Red Cabinet (4×12)
Engl E212VH Pro Cabinet (2×12)
Mesa Boogie Transatlantic Cabinet (1×12)
Mesa Boogie Traditional Powerhouse 610
SWR Goliath Jr. III 2×10
Aguilar Tone Hammer 500
Guitars and Bass
G&L USA Asat Special Deluxe
Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop
Gibson Custom Shop ES-335 Dot Reissue
Gibson Custom Shop Non Reverse Firebird
Fender Custom Shop 1959 Esquire Relic
G&L SB-2 30th Anniversary
Pedulla Buzz Fretless
Drums, Cymbals, Hardware
Tama Starclassic Maple (Marine Blue Fade)
(18×20 kick, 8×10 tom, 9×12 tom, 12×14 floor tom, 14×16 floor tom)
DW Collectors Series Maple (Broken Glass)
(18×22 kick, 9×12 tom, 14×16 floor tom, 16x18floor tom)
Tama PB-355 Snare
DW Super Solid Edge Snare 7×14”
Istanbul Agop-Alchemy Cymbals
XIONC18 – 18” x3
XIONC16 – 16” x2
Xist Power Crash – 18” x2
Alchemy Pro Crash – 18” x2
Alchemy Pro Ride – 22”
Traditional Series Trash
Traditional Series Ride
Traditional Series Hi-Hat x2
Alchemy Pro Hi-Hat – 14” x3
Alchemy Pro Raw Bell – 6”
Alchemy Pro Raw Bell – 8”
Turk Bell – 6”
Alchemy Pro China – 20”
Traditional Series China – 20″
Xist Power Splash – 10” x2
Alchemy Pro Splash – 8” x2
Tama HH-95 Hi-Hat stand
Tama HH905N Hi-Hat stand
Tama HS700WN Snare Stand x2
Tama HC73BWN T cymbal stand x6
Tama CA30EN Short Cymbal Holder x2
Tama CA45EN Long Cymbal Holder x2
Tama MC67 Universal Clamp
Tama MC62 Multi-Clamps x2
Tama MTH900M Double Tom Holder x2
DW 5000 Single Pedal
Tama HP 900 Power Glide Single Pedal
Yamaha DS950 Drum Throne
SEILER MAESTRO SERIES 186 BLACK
Calista Vintage Upright Piano
SSL G Comp Stereo Bus Compressor
Manley ELOP Stereo Tube Limiter
Chandler Limited Little Devil Compressor x2
SSL 611 EQ x2
Neve 1073LB x2
ChandlerLimited TG2-500 x2
API 312 x4
Crane Song Syren Tube x2
AeA Rpq500 x2
Rupert Neve Designs 511 x2
SSL VHD Pre x8
Grace Audio M101
Lewitt LCT640ts x2
Microtech Gefell M300 Stereo Set
AEA N8 Stereo Set
Shure SM57 x3
Sennheiser MD421 x2
Monitoring & Headphones
NEUMANN KH 420 Main Monitors
PRESONUS 6-Channel Headphone Distribution
HEADPHONES By: AudioTechnica, BeyerDynamic, Direct Sound, Sony, Ultrasone
Control Room – 20m2 acoustically treated space
Live Room – 60m2 w/ customisable layout
SSL XL-Desk 24 Channels 4Bus Analogue Desk
Computers, AD/DA, Processing
MAC PRO: 3.5GHZ 6-CORE, 16GB MEMORY, 1TB FLASH, APPLE THUNDERBOLT DISPLAY
ANTELOPE Orion 32
UAD 2 Thunderbolt – Octo Custom
FOUNDER & OWNER
STUDIO MANAGER - DRUM TECH
PRODUCER - GUITAR & SYNTHTECH
PRODUCER - ENGINEER
Eskiz feat. Kamufle
Keiji Haino & Konstrukt
Korhan Futacı ve Kara Orkestra
Pür Müzik Recording Studio
Tlf : 0 216 326 72 12
Cep : 0 533 345 57 45
Fatih Sk., 4
Acıbadem Mh., Kadıköy, İstanbul, Türkiye email@example.com
Enlem 40°59′54″N (40.998443)
Boylam 29°1′57″E (29.032599)