Invisible Sound Studios, located in Baltimore,
Maryland, was created by Joe
Rinaolo and Dave
Nachodsky in 1986 as an artist run studio. We are able to blend the state of the art in modern recording equipment with our own private instrument, drum and amplifier collections, dating back to the 1940's. These collections are housed in the studio, and are maintained and available for use at no additional charge.
This studio is a working museum!
Over 125 microphones! Over 125 guitar and bass amplifiers! Many new and vintage keyboards. Over 20 drum kits and 50 snare drums. Plus the proper microphone pre-amps and processing to deal with it all. All this, in a large, open-room complex designed to let the sound of your instruments 'breathe'.
ONE LAST TIME!
The next Guitar Amplifier 'tone geek' Sunday is Sunday, June 14th, 2015, from noon to 5 pm:
Stop on by the Tone Geek open house, Sunday, June 14th, from noon to 5 p.m., at Invisible Sound Studios. The studio, as well as the guitar amplifier museum will be open. We provide light refreshments.
There will be a VERY special announcement made!!!
Come in and check out the recording gear, microphones, drum kits and guitar amps, especially if you've ever wanted to play through a real '57 tweed bassman, or a "plexi" Marshall, or a 60's Vox AC 30 tb.
In the past, many people have brought their own guitars and amps for 'show and tell'. We've had our share of Top Hats, Tone Kings, vintage Gibson and Fender guitars, Thorn guitars, rare PRS's and more.
The amp repair shop is open to take in repairs as well. Studio tours are available.
Follow this link to see pictures from prior 'Tone Geek' Sundays!
Directions ( HIGHLY recommended ) to the studio are found here .
Important: DO NOT attempt to Map Quest the studio. Map Quest gives inaccurate directions.