We love doing these kinds of sessions, where bands perform in front of a live audience, and we multi-track the show. Often these shows are combined with a video shoot. Not to brag, but we think Studio A looks and…
Chris Mulvey just shared a new music video that was filmed with their friend Nick Mariani. You can check out on Vimeo or YouTube. The video involves a lot of bike riding and traffic in Boston. These are things that happen. It’s warmer…
We’re renovating ! As Q Division starts its 30th year, we are getting ready for our first major overhaul in the 16 years we’ve been in Davis Square. While we’re bidding a fond farewell to our Studio B and our current offices…
The new record by the I Don’t Cares (Paul Westerberg and Juliana Hatfield) is out today! The artwork was done by our pal Nicole Anguish over atDaykamp Creative. The record was mastered here at Q Division Studios by Pat DiCenso…
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The Improper Bostonian has named us as “Best Recording Studio” in their 2015 “Best of” edition. Apparently, they were very very impressed that David Duchovny recorded here… hey we’ll take it! Thanks! Full story here.
Strings for Golden Boy! #desperatestrings #makinarecord A photo posted by Ruby Rose Fox (@rubyrosefoxband) on May 21, 2015 at 4:24pm PDT
David Duchovny released these teasers today from the time he spent recording at Q Division in the Fall and Winter. His debut studio album, Hell or Highwater, featuring those tracks, will be coming out soon on ThinkSay Records.
Here is the studio’s newest mic, which was also quite possibly the very FIRST microphone ever to be found at Q Division. This Brüel and Kjaer model 4007 omni mic belonged to Mike Blackmer and was the very mic he used…
The multifaceted Session Americana recorded this gem with Matt Beaudoin and it looks amazing! Oh, and it sounds great too.
Congratulations to Gramercy Arms on this video for “Beautiful Disguise”, featuring Lloyd Cole and Joan Wasser. This song wasn’t recorded here, but some of the record was… and plus it’s cool.
AKA- Cleaning off the guitar pedal rack to install a new shelf.
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Speaking of the Real Kids… Jonathan Perry has a nice piece here about their record (mixed at Q) and Producer Rick Harte.
Some people can make rocking look fun. Check out the newest Sleepyhead video, recorded at the mighty Q. Nice write up in AVClub, too boot.