Orange County Studio selling MIDI to Piano conversion on Yamaha C7 Conservatory Grand Piano
Orange County recording studios and soundstage, Hybrid Studios, is now offering online services to convert MIDI files to high quality piano tracks. Music professionals are invited to send their MIDI files to Hybrid to be recorded on the world famous Yamaha C7 Conservatory grand piano in the studio’s renowned live room and choose any signal path & stereo pair of microphones from Hybrid Studios’ equipment list to be used in the process. Lush sounding tracks are then recorded using Disklavier technology on the famed grand piano and sent back with very little turnaround time.
“The Yamaha C7 sounds absolutely beautiful in our live room,” said Hybrid Studios Lead Engineer Josh Brooks, “Normally you’d have to book a high end studio, hire a session pianist, and run through quite a bit of time and money to achieve results that sound this pure. The new Disklavier services we’re offering are a really cool option for artists and music professionals worldwide to achieve top end results without the hassle. There are a ton of excellent routing and mic options at the studio as well; everyone is going to be thrilled when they hear their MIDI tracks playing back as real piano.”
Hybrid Studio’s C7 Conservatory grand piano is owned by Grammy-winning Producer Tom Brooks (The Alan Parsons Project, Chance the Rapper, Brian May) who uses Hybrid Studios in Santa Ana as his main base of operation for music production services.
Along with online mastering and MIDI to piano conversion, Hybrid Studios will be looking to add more online services to consumers worldwide in 2018. MIDI to piano conversion is being offered through the studio at a rate of $200 for the first song processed, and additional songs cost $150 for processing. For more information on Hybrid’s MIDI to piano conversion services, please visit https://www.hybridstudiosca.com/midi-to-piano/.