Since 1980 Main Street has incorporated the best of both musical worlds, combining vintage analogue tones with the flexibility of modern digital recording.
The Solid State Logic 4000 Series is the mixer behind more platinum-selling albums worldwide than all other consoles combined. Acquired from ABC Studios, the SSL’s recording credits include Silverchair and Triple J Live At The Wireless.
The analogue SSL links to Pro Tools, via a Lynx Aurora interface, ensuring quality analogue-to-digital conversion. Main Street’s selection of microphones, outboard preamps, compressors and plugins caters to every taste.
Available in every session at no extra cost is Main Street’s wide range of amplifiers and guitars from Fender, Gibson, Marshall, Vox, Peavey, Mesa Boogie, Hughes & Kettner, Orange and more.
Control Room: Acoustically designed by Dr Jack Metcalfe. Ample space to accommodate large groups. Lounge at the rear for band members.
Drum Room: 4m high ceilings. Double pane glass for visibility and isolation.
Isolation Booths: 2 booths with 4m ceilings. Glass panes for visibility.
Studio B: Separate Pro Tools set up. Isolation booth for additional overdubs.
Front Foyer: 7-seater lounge. Kitchenette and shower facilities adjacent.
Ease of Access: Ground floor location. Ample free parking. Easy load in.
Clients include: Nick Oliveri (QOTSA), Yardvark (Offspring TV Series Soundtrack), The Choirboys, Topnovil, The Vanns (Red Bull Bedroom Jam winners), LORD, The Contagious, Michael Fix (3 times Golden Guitar winner), Paul McKercher (5 times ARIA winner), Al Wright (ARIA winner), Darren “jENK” Jenkins, David Moyse (Air Supply), Mike Deacon (Suzi Q).