B.Side Recording Studio

540 E Santa Fe

Olathe, KS, 66061

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VICE News When we get new mics Chill out and listen to Jeff Goldblum do ASMR
[09/17/18]   We are looking for a new band to test some new mics and recording equipment on. If you would like a heavily discounted mixing rate and free studio time send us a msg with your project along with any demos. Cheers!
[07/05/18]   ATTN: all local bands that wanted to play the last Vans Warped Tour but cant. Cauldron Point wants to make it happen. We want to setup a generator stage in the parking lot. We have the sound. Who has a generator that wants to rock out with us?
Tracking drums in the small room.
B.Side Live Parants Live Session is coming!
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[12/04/17]   We're booking for 2018 B. Side Live sessions!
#sjc we love you. Cauldron Point
Only at bside....
B.Side Live Hey guys! Halloween is around the corner! We are proud to announce that our next feature artist will be a local favorite! Mess will be performing for us in the live room!

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Made some sweet changes
B.Side Live We are very excited for the release of our first episode featuring The Dear Misses! It will be released this coming weekday ! So stay connected!

To inquire about doing a session for your band email us at [email protected]
[06/13/17]   Calibration procedure for Focusrite ISA 430.
Important : Power up unit and allow to warm up for 15 - 20 minutes VU Meter calibration Set unit for unity gain and switch to Line Input and select VU Input Set oscillator to +4 dBu 1kHz balanced sine wave Trim PR102 so that the meter needle aligns with 0VU Connect input signal to Insert Return , select VU Ins Ret and check that needle is still aligned with 0VU Compressor Calibration VCA Offset Trim With no input signal , trim PR4 for 0mV at the VCA offset test point located on the underside of the lower PCB adjacent to the Make Up Gain pot P100 Ratio Set unit for unity gain and switch to Line Input Set oscillator to +20 dBu 1kHz balanced sine wave Set all Compressor controls CCW and switch on compressor Trim PR1 ( underside of lower PCB ) for DUT output of +4dBu Set ratio control fully CW . DUT output should be -20dBu Gain Change Meter Calibration Note that the silk screen is incorrect and PR100 trims for zero gain reduction and PR101 trims for -10 gain reduction . Set unit for unity gain and switch to Line Input and select VU Com G/C Set oscillator to +4 dBu 1kHz balanced sine wave Set all compressor controls fully CCW and switch on compressor . Adjust the ratio control for a DUT output of -6dBu ( 10dB of gain reduction ) . Mute the oscillator and trim PR100 so that the meter needle is aligned with 0VU . Un-mute the oscillator and trim PR101 so the meter aligns with -10VU . Repeat the process until the meter lines up with zero gain reduction and -10dB gain reduction . Gate Calibration Gate Symmetry Set oscillator output level to -10dBu Set Line gain and trim to 0dB Trim PR3 ( under Con 3 ribbon cable ) for a symmetrical waveform at the G Sym test point located on the underside of the lower PCB adjacent to the Gate Threshold pot P106 . Gate Threshold Set oscillator output to -40dBu Set Range fully CW . All other gate controls fully ACW Set Line gain to 0dB Set trim to 0 Adjust PR2 ( under Con 3 ribbon cable ) until the gate closes
[04/27/17]   "Playing music is the brain’s equivalent of a full-body workout… Playing an instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once — especially the visual, auditory, and motor cortices. And, as in any other workout, disciplined, structured practice in playing music strengthens those brain functions, allowing us to apply that strength to other activities… Playing music has been found to increase the volume and activity in the brain’s corpus callosum — the bridge between the two hemispheres — allowing messages to get across the brain faster and through more diverse routes. This may allow musicians to solve problems more effectively and creatively, in both academic and social settings.

Because making music also involves crafting and understanding its emotional content and message, musicians also have higher levels of executive function — a category of interlinked tasks that includes planning, strategizing, and attention to detail, and requires simultaneous analysis of both cognitive and emotional aspects."

That being said OxyKitten is in..
A great show coming up!
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[04/11/17]   B.Side is now partners with #buzzfamily!
Some really great people tracking some really great music.
[03/29/17]   Matt Hays and The Glory Days had been working in these studios recently ! Cheers!
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[03/17/17]   We love working with acoustic artist! Get you acoustic songs done and sounding wonderful for just $75 a song! That's a steal! Help us help you!
Friend of the Faceless
[02/21/17]   Ask us about our $200 daily rate special. That's 10 hours for only $200! Also we have rehearsal rates starting at $10 an hour.
[02/12/17]   Grand Opening is coming up! share this post and you might be able to score some free studio time!
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[01/03/17]   Racks
-Focusrite Clarett 8Pre
-Focusrite Clarett OctoPre
-Focusrite ISA430 MKII
-Alesis 3630

-Presonis R65 Monitors
-2x radial PRODI Passive DI

2x Furman PL8C power conditioners

-Rode M5MP Matched Pair
-2x Shure PGA81LC
-2x Shure PGA181LC
-4x Shure SM57
-3x Sennheiser E604
-Shure BETA52
-Neumann TLM107
-MXL 990

-5x Shure closed back headphones

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B.Side Recording Studio

  • (913) 744-6456