Our studio takes these three values very seriously.
We try to maintain an environment to honor the vision of our clients and the quality of our work, so the music will have an impact on the culture.

Before creating your song

Things you should know in advance

Recording your vocals and instruments

Things you should know in advance

Prep song for mixing

Things to know if you are recording tracks yourself

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Our work is typically work made for hire. You own the song 100%. The exemption is when we are involved in writing the song. In those cases, we will discuss any agreements in writing beforehand.
A virtual instrument is a real instrument that has been recorded by microphones and other studio gear. The instruments are recorded at multiple velocities to help provide great realism. These recorded samples are then controlled and played back using a midi controller such as a midi keyboard.
We keep things simple with our music production workflow. The process starts off with you providing a demo of the song with a simple phone recording and any reference youtube links. Next, we will take care of the music on our end, and you will provide us with your recorded vocals on your end. On ...

    Studio Rules

We respect the intellectual property rights of all artists & producers. We reserve the right to cancel your session and return your deposit if we suspect you are infringing on the copyrighted material of others. Please ensure you have proper licensing and permissions.


A 50% deposit is required to book your session. The deposit will be applied to your session or refunded if you cancel more than 24 hours before your session time.


Cancellations need to be made at least 24 hours in advance; otherwise, the client will forfeit the deposit.

Clean Music

Vivid Tempo does not record or produce songs that contain lyrics with profanity, vulgarity, violence, alcohol, drugs, or sexual connotations.

Drugs & Alcohol

Smoking and the use of drugs and alcohol are prohibited on the premises. We reserve the right to deny access to our premises and our equipment to those clearly under the influence of drugs or alcohol.