Only area recording studio located inside a county park.
One of the most enjoyable things we like to do here is capture full-band "takes", and The Lantern Sound Recording Rig ["LSRR"] is known as a recording studio where a full band can hide out and work on their next release while they perform as a unit.
The LSRR is a private “destination recording studio” situated in a bucolic, historical, three-story, eleven-room farmhouse, where artists can live, eat, and breathe their recording to completion. We tell those who haven’t visited yet that it’s like making a record inside a Norman Rockwell painting that hangs in an Edward Hopper house on a 40 acre farm.
We're avvailable to the public for bookings; we'll beat any comparable rate.
A simple & clean signal path philosophy spreads across three floors of various rooms, chambers and isolation closets, and we use them all - when we make a record in the age of COVID-19, it's important to spread people apart if they're performing together at the same time.
A core Apple Logic® recording DAW, paired up with a 32-input Allen & Heath console, is fed by a full variety of microphones and mic preamps, vintage drums/amps/instruments, and a 1929 Hazelton Brothers (NYC) baby grand piano. Headphone mixes, sculpted in the analog world on the mixing board, go through the entire house.
Quick setups, nice comforts, pleasant people, and fantastic vibes are our trademarks. The LSRR is located less than five minutes from the Hampton Jitney, the Long Island Railroad, and the Long Island Expressway in the Eastern Pine Barrens of LI, NY.