Staying Safe in the Studio

We want you to know that we are taking COVID seriously. While we are still uncertain about how this will affect us (and you) in the future, we do know that we feel confident that opening up is the right thing to do.

What we’re doing to keep you safe…

Things are running a little differently around here, but not much. 

First and foremost, we are asking you to follow the same guidelines the CDC is before entering into public spaces. We ask that you do not book a session if you have recently recovered from COVID (within the last 14 days), or if someone you have been around has been diagnosed within the last 14 days. We also ask that you do not book a session with us if you are feeling ill, have a fever, or think you may have a fever. We thank you for following these requests. 

You know we are a small studio. For some of you, that’s exactly why you choose us. Choosing a small studio means you get directed one on one attention and the ability to have your engineer and all of the staff remember you and your projects. This also means that since we are in a smaller space social distancing can be a challenge.

With that in mind, we are limiting the number of people in the studio during each session to four people total. 

That means that after the engineer, and you, no more than 2 friends can join you. Any other guests are welcome to hang out outside the studio – we are just limiting the number of people we allow inside the studio. We will update this policy as soon as we feel it is safe to do so.

We are not currently requiring you to wear masks, but please feel free to do so. We leave it to the discretion of the engineers as to whether or not they will wear a mask. 

We are working diligently to completely sanitize the studio. Each engineer is responsible for completely sanitizing all of the equipment, and all surfaces, including the booth (including the mic, popper stopper, and headphones). We are reserving one hour in between each session to make sure we do a thorough job. This also means that we are booking less sessions – be sure to book yours in advance to make sure we can accommodate you. 

You will see cans of lysol, alcohol based sanitizer and cleaning products, and soap – everywhere. Please use them. Please wash your hands when you arrive and when you leave. It keeps us all safe, and helps us stay open and able to serve you – our artists. 

We’ve missed you guys while we’ve been forced to shut down, but we are SO ready to work with you on all the projects you’ve had plenty of time to dream up.