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Cheap! How much Does It Cost?

Updated: Apr 15


Recording Session: $40 per hour

Mix & Master PACKAGE:$125

Mixing only: $90 per song

Mastering only: $60 per song



A constant question we get and rightfully so is, "How much will this cost?" So many studios out there charge an arm and a leg, that is not us. Our business model is to give you professional results on an affordable budget. My name is Spencer Miles, I have a master's degree in Music Technology and I own Spencer Studios, the #1-rated studio in Lancaster, PA and I get to be your guide on this musical journey!


Recording

Unlike many other studios, we like to tell you right from the start how much it will cost to work together. If you're a new client your first one-hour recording session is absolutely free. After that, we charge a flat rate of $40 an hour.


Mixing and Mastering

If you are looking for mixing and mastering together we offer a discounted package rate at $125 per song. We do not charge per revision, we're not happy until you're happy and we'll keep revising until the song is where you want it. We also offer mixing and mastering as separate services as well should you only need one or the other.


Recording Session: $40 per hour

Mix & Master PACKAGE:$125 (recording not included)

Mixing only: $90 per song

Mastering only: $60 per song



It is that simple. There are no hidden fees. We do our best to be transparent and affordable because we do this for the music not to lighten your wallet.


Spencer Miles Spencer Studios

313 W Liberty St, Lancaster, PA 17603

7176348955



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