Let’s hit the studio and make a record! Or a film!
Karl Mohr works in his own studio on Indian Road in west end Toronto, Canada, bringing clients in-house for performance and mix sessions. Singing, voiceover and simple instrument recording are easy to accommodate there. For specialty recording, or for larger sessions, Karl moves the sessions and talent to one of the suitable Toronto-area studios detailed on this page, or to any studio the client prefers, putting together budget-appropriate packages to work in regularly-frequented facilities, working with great engineers.
The studios here are described with code names – these pages are written up for client pitches. Some key features, equipment and instruments are detailed about each studio; more gear can always be affordably rented on a per-need basis. Listed rates are mostly for internal use.
Depending on the project, a producer rate may or may not apply when recording in these studios. One hour setup/teardown may or may not apply.
The Submarine Bunker
Karl Mohr’s own Multibeat production hive in the west end: mixing and mastering suite, audio post for picture, modest facilities for recording vocals, voiceover or simple instrumental recording. Multibeat is cozy again for a while. Read more about The Submarine Bunker.
The Throne Room
This upper Roncesvalles recording studio turned event space offers many interesting opportunities for audio/video podcast recording and for intimate concerts or events with simultaneous recording/broadcast. Just up the hill from The Submarine Bunker, it is an affordable space to record larger ensembles with boutique gear. Read more about The Throne Room.
On the edge of the Junction area is a massive studio space accommodating very large ensembles, with full amenities for longer stays. Read more about The Sprawl.
The Puppy Mill
Karl Mohr often does narration and voiceover recording at this compact recording space in the 401 Richmond building. Read more about The Puppy Mill.
The Command Cave
For larger sessions downtown, we move to the basement of the 401 Richmond building. Read more The Command Cave.
The Meat Packer
This Queen Street East studio is a comfy hideaway deep underground and is the place to go for vintage sounds – more music than audio post, this mojo-filled studio is excellent for album projects. The weird, wild and wacky instruments and equipment will delight and inspire. Read more about The Meat Packer.