Oslo

Cantus Studio is a high-end recording studio and mixing facility in Oslo, Norway. It contains a beautiful SSL Console along with other state-of-the-art analogue and digital recording equipment in a creative atmosphere.

Our primary goal is to maintain the historical traditions and magic that a professional sound studio has to offer, at affordable rates. The studio complex is centrally located in downtown Oslo.

At Cantus Studio we provide professional services to artists and bands, as well as other clients, who needs recording and/or mixing of music and sound. Our studio is equipped with a great collection of high-end and vintage microphones, pre-amps, instruments and outboard gear. Equipment you will find in some of the best recording studios in the world.

Our prices include VAT, house engineer and sometimes assistant engineers. Producers and professional musicians can be fixed (additional fee).

Please message us for more info, hourly minimum, and day rates.

Studio Type:
Rehearsal Studio
Home/Project Studio
Mid Level Studio
Top Line Studio
Podcast Studio
Services Available :
Audio Engineer Included
Audio Engineer (Additional Fee)
Other Services
Main Equipment: SSL AWS900+ mixing console - Cubase/Logic/Pro Tools systems - Neve, SSL, Chandler and API PreAmps - Universal Audio 1176, Smart Research C2, Distressor, Slate Dragon compressors - Neumann, Microtech Geffel, Shure, Sennheiser, AKG, Royer, Josephson micropones - Bricasti, Roland, TC Electronic, Lexicon effect - A bunch of great instruments and amps and lots more
Amenities: Live room, control room, kitchen, bathrooms and restroom with TV and game consoles. Parking, Hotels, Food places, bars, concert locations are our immediate neighbors.
Past Clients: Kjetil Mørland, Rotvelt, Death By Unga Bunga, Aiming For Enrike, Amnestiet, The Phantoms, Wild Man Riddim, The Back Pages, Olafly, Undertaker Circus, Kai Eide, Prairie Prince, West Bank Robberts, Offpist, Loupland, Norsk Råkk, Forcefed Horsehead, Fork, Killmotor Hill, Laarhöne and many more
Listing created Apr 20, 2015