LP Studios was founded in 2013 by Eric Lloyd and Tyler Payne
to fill a niche in the creative community of Los Angeles.
(Click here to learn more about the founders of LP Studios)
LP Studios was founded on the idea that, by working hard,
thinking outside the box, and utilizing modern technology,
things that were once impossible, can become a reality.
In a time where the entertainment industry is changing rapidly,
older studios and traditional business models are becoming obsolete,
while new, forward-thinking studios like LP Studios, know how to
stay ahead of the curve and adapt to meet the needs of a new generation.
From concept, through production and post-production,
LP Studios has the space and tools needed to create your audio and video content.
Based in Glendale, CA, LP Studios houses an acoustical treated film stage,
recording/foley stage, two post production and audio recording suites,
a production office/greenroom, and lots more...
CLICK HERE to see a list of our gear,
and don't hestitate to contact us to schedule a free tour!
- Studio A:
Studio A is our premiere recording and post-production facility. With a large comfortable control room, a four hundred square foot vaulted ceiling tracking room/foley stage, and secondary 500 sqare foot tracking lounge, this space is capable of handling any size music project or band, as well as video productions in need of editing, sound design, foley, ADR, and mixing/mastering in both stereo and 5.1 surround.
- Studio B:
At just under four hundred total square feet, Studio B has all the capabilities of our larger Studio A, with a smaller tracking room. This space is perfectly sized for post production needs that include ADR, voice-over, sound design, and mixing/mastering for film in stereo of 5.1 surround. It is also perfect for producing and mixing music, recording vocals and acoustic instruments, re-amping, mastering and more.
- The Stage:
Our 1600 square foot stage has 22 foot high ceilings and a large cyclorama cove measuring 25'x35'x22' from the corner barrel.
This space contains four separate twenty amp circuits, a large lit makeup vanity, talent holding area, sound booth with tie-lines to the stage, and a separate greenroom/production office.