Record and produce music together with Rexius Records music producer in one of the recording studios in our Network. Currently we have music studios in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Hamburg with talented Music Producers.
If you want to take your music to a whole new level and record music in a studio with incredible acoustics and talented producers, then we can help you. Whether it happens to be a demo, Single, EP or Album you want to record. The Rexius Brand means you will always get the highest industry standard with the most talented producers.
Music Production – Record a Demo / Single / EP / Album
In our beautiful music studios, you can record your ideas together with professional music producers. The music producer makes sure you will get a great sound, that your work is efficient and will coach you to perform your outermost. The producer ensures that the recordings are of highest industry standard and won’t be satisfied until the sound is as good as it can be. If you want to, the music producer will give you advice and can even write parts of your songs.
When you choose Rexius Records we can help you with a music idé to artist development, distribution and promotion. All our recording studios are also our scouts and can give you access to our label services if you are a very talented musician.
If you are interested in making a record with one of our music producers please feel welcomed to make a request for quotation and we will return to you as soon as possible. Note that there are many on the waiting list to record and long waiting times can occur for our music producers at the most attractive studio times.
Our Collaboration Studios
Meet our Music Producers
Educated at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, he works mostly as an EDM/electropop songwriter and has written several original songs for our solo artists. He’s also a quite competent lead singer and guitarist on Metal Swedish acts The Unguided & Empress, and a real genius within sound design and all types of mixing.
Alex is an incredible musician and plays almost every instrument. A magician songwriter when it comes to acoustic genres. He studied at MI in LA California and works full time with both producing and his own career as a solo artist.
He recently sold gold with his Singer/Songwriter song “Cold Winter Love” that he released with Sony Music.
Located in one of the smaller towns Sweden has to offer, Tim quickly adapted and found work through intense networking and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. He’s an experienced pop and R&B songwriter. He also boasts a wide set of skills, including (but not limited to) filming and editing music videos, creating lyric videos, photography and artwork design, music production, vocal editing and mixing.
The Founder of the Label studied at Musicians Institute in Hollywood and plays the guitar like no one else. If you’re suffering from songwriter’s block as a Metal/Rock band, he’s the guy! He has also performed in front of over 17.000 people at once and is definitely the strongest of all the family members.
Some advice to choose Music Studio:
What kind of facilities do they have?
On the emotional side, having a studio that gives you the right “vibe” is one of the most important aspects since it will most likely have an impact on your performance and creative decisions while in the booth. On the health aspect of it, if you’re risking the roof caving in or dying of inhaling asbestos you might want to look into finding somewhere else to record. Also make sure that the air conditioning is good since you’re going to spend a lot of time in just one room you want to make sure you don’t run out of oxygen.
What kind of people work there?
Are the people familiar with your genre and style of music? If their expertise lies elsewhere, is it something that could be a problem or give you perspective? Making sure they at least have a working understanding of the genre will make it more likely to add perspective rather than become a problem.
What equipment do they have?
Do they have everything you need to record your songs the way you intended? There isn’t really a middle ground here, don’t compromise on the equipment you need.
Who’s their regular clientele?
Who’s there regularly? Most studios flash the names that have recorded there, but that isn’t really relevant. The people who keep coming back are what you should look out for, what genre are they in and how good are their recordings?
What do they charge?
Money makes the world go around, so make sure to think about the costs when deciding on a studio. Most people don’t need the top-tier A-lister studio with the $10 000 tube microphone, so don’t waste money that could go towards promoting your music on it. Every dollar you can cut without missing out on quality will help you forward.
What does your gut say?
We hate to say it, but in the end, nothing knows better if it’s the right studio than your gut. Trust it!
FAQ – RECORDING
How long is a full day?
It’s 9 h wherein one hour is considered time for breaks.
I you book a half day it’s 4 hours without any breaks.
Can I borrow instruments from you?
Yes, you can borrow most instruments like guitars and basses. Drums however can be borrowed for a fee of $100 per day. Cymbals will not be included in this price and isn’t anything we offer to rent.
Is there anything I need to bring to the studio, or something I have to prepare before showing up on the recording day?
We actually have a checklist with everything you need to prepare in order to avoid wasting time during the recording session. Check it out here.
Can you help me play instruments I can’t play myself?
Almost all of our producers are multi instrumentalists so they will be able to help you if you struggle with something. If you can’t play an instrument at all, you will however need to hire someone for the job. The prices for this depends on the instrument, and on the level of difficulty the arrangement requires on the specific instrument. We always let you know the price in advance before any recording.
Do you have the gear I need for my recording?
We do not have everything, and a studio is a never ending project. Therefore we can not promise you that we have the exact gear you’re looking for. If you’re looking for, let’s say, a specific microphone for your project, please read our gear list first and see if it’s there. If it’s not, you can always ask us and we can either borrow it from another studio or purchase it if we feel like it would benefit the studio in the future.
I just have the lyrics and no song. Can we still record?
Yes of course, but we strongly suggest that you take a look at our songwriting services instead, as a recording project can result in a lot of time and money wasting. The less prepared you are when you enter the studio, the more time consuming it will be, which leads to higher costs in money. If you’re still looking to recording your project like this you should, but just know that there are other options.
Can I rent the studio without a producer?
Unfortunately, we don’t allow anyone to rent our studio for their own use. This is because there are too many valuable microphones, guitars, basses and so on in there. Things break over time if we’re not careful and we don’t want our relationship with you jeopardized by blaming you for breaking our stuff. Also, it’s always better to work with someone who knows the studio better than you do.
Will I get a better price if I book a lot of timeslots in the studio?
We do not work with discounts for a number of reasons. To only name a few, we work hard to maintain standards in our studios and that’s something that costs a lot. Our producers are world class and to be able to keep on working with them the prices will have to be what they are. We work with a number of signed artists who we will help financially on various projects, and if we started handing out discounts left and right we would treat every project like a signing. This wouldn’t just be something we can’t afford to do, but also be really rude to the signed acts.
My producer takes too much time from my project, can I get a refund?
Sometimes the artist can feel like the producer takes too much time setting up the drums or creating the perfect guitar sound, and this is completely normal. A real recording in a professional studio takes time and effort, and we won’t apologize for taking the right amount of time to make your music sound like a million dollars. If we had some technical problems in the studio however, we would be more than happy to book a new spot in the studio to make up for the time you’ve lost.
What if I don’t manage to finish the recording within the days I booked?
If we only need a few extra hours to get it done, then it’s no problem, we can stay until it’s ready. But if we need more than a couple of hours, then you have to book extra time.
We usually recommend to complete the current tracks for the given day before going home, even if it takes a couple of extra hours that day. This will minimize the need for booking extra days in the end.