Our main objectives in working with our clients are:
Total professionalism– We are easy to work with and do what it takes to get the job done right, and done on time.
Creativity– As creative people ourselves, we know that your best work occurs when you are comfortable. REP is designed from the ground up to bring out the best of your creative potential.
Some of the services we specialize in, which aren't typically available in–house at other recording studios include, but are not limited to:
- Custom music composition
- Sound design for theatrical productions and other multimedia communications (web sites, corporate presentations, slide shows, etc)
- Voice Over recording for radio and TV commercials, documentaries, telephone prompts, ADR, books on tape
- Converting records, tapes, and film reels from virtually any old format to modern digital media such as CD, DVD, or raw data
- Interviewing and recording folks (especially elders) who have need to preserve their legacy for future generations to benefit from and enjoy
- Patching live telephone audio into our system. Useful for recording interviews when the participants can't meet face to face, and for directing recording sessions from anywhere in the world
Years of experience allow our engineers to seamlessly aid in the progress of your project from a technical standpoint. However, if you need aesthetic direction or just a second opinion, we are happy to act as producers as well, giving you a seasoned and balanced perspective, and often saving you time and money in the process.
REP Studio has a focus on the audio recording arts.
We have been in the business long enough that we have also become quite proficient at
- Creating CD artwork
- Writing copy
- Video production
- Studio design
- and of course, Duplication
Many of you know and love REP Studio as owned and operated by Tim Reppert, who founded REP Productions in 1989, and opened the studio in 1991. Since the summer of 2006 Nate Richardson has taken over the day to day running of REP. Tim is back in Boston working at the studio where he got his start, Soundtrack, and enjoying some time in the city away from all the WATERFALLS! From 2001 until taking the reigns full time, Nate covered nights and weekends (while not out on the road with John Brown's Body) and honed his engineering chops, which he'd been developing ever since he got is first 4–track at age 12. Since 2006 Nate has kept his touring schedule light enough to manage the studio seamlessly, and start a family!