Recording Studio!

So we’re absolutely thrilled, today we began recording our first album “Afterimages of Glowing Visions” with Daniel Ortuno (Geronimo Records, Alta Costura, Senorita Maestra) in a ballet studio, which caught my attention cause we all love ballet. Andrea is recording the drums as of now as well as Paola with guitars and vocals, I’m going tomorrow to record the bass lines. We’re also happy cause we get the chance to work with some great musicians from San Jose such as Ronald Bustamante (Vision Armonica del Caos) on some atmospheres and Gustavo (KTG’s ) on pre-production.
We cannot wait to hear the final results and we will be updating on new gigs and the release of the album.


Estamos emocionadisimas, hoy comenzamos la grabacion de nuestro “Afterimages of Glowing Visions” con Daniel Ortuno (Geronimo Records, Alta Costura, Senorita Maestra) en su estudio en Escazu que tambien es un estudio de ballet, lo que me llamo la atencion por que a todos nos gusta mucho el ballet. Andrea esta grabando baterias y Paola guitarras y voces, yo voy manana a grabar las lineas de bajo.
Tambien estamos contentas de poder trabajar con musicos nacionales como Ronald Bustamante de Vision Armonica del Caos, y Gustavo bajista de KTG en la pre-produccion.
No podemos esperar a escuchar el resultado final, de fijo estaremos informando nuevos chivos y la salida del disco.


1 Response to “Recording Studio!”

  1. April 6, 2010 at 9:25 am

    siguiendo de cerca…

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