RadHaus.Studio is an audio and video recording facility using a blend of digital and some good old-fashioned analog devices to give your production the best possible sound and look. We use a number of custom audio components developed specifically to bring out the best features of this unique studio. With the addition of custom binaural recording capabilities, RadHaus is ready to make both audiophile and traditional commercial recordings. The equipment also includes up to eight 4K cameras for recording and/or broadcast, along with a great crew to run them.
We can also take this show on the road! In addition to our outstanding and truly unique facility in Black Mountain, we have a mobile unit that allows us to record and broadcast anywhere there’s a power supply and an internet connection.
The RadHaus.Studio squad is a very talented all-female team of recording, mixing and mastering engineers, with a phenomenal director of photography, and highly experienced and capable videographers and camera operators. It’s an exciting group, offering both commercial and audiophile recording, live broadcasts and music video creation.
RadHaus uses Yamaha TF series digital mixers and stage boxes across a digital audio network, which allow us to create clean multi-track recordings over long distances, and send a great broadcast of your performance or event to video and audio feeds. And for audiophiles, we offer custom binaural recording and mastering, designed by our own LFF and unique to RadHaus.
Our mic locker includes outstanding vocal tube microphones from Peluso Microphone Lab, boutique large diaphragm condensers from Roswell Pro Audio, and an array of shotguns, pencil mics, headset, and dynamic mics from Miktek, Sennheiser, DPA, Electro-Voice, and Shure, as well as our own custom binaural head and custom large diaphragm condensers.
Our cameras are from Canon and Blackmagic Design, and are all 4K capable or better. We use Panasonic Lumix lenses.
Complete with mascot
The studio cat, Booger, has seen it all. Although he pretends disinterest, he’ll eventually try to make friends with everyone in the room. His favorite spot to hide out is in a little tucked-away corner of the studio, but he also loves to hang out in the windows and do what he does best: own the world.