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The focus of the AlpsMedia Studios is with composition in mind, allowing us to score to picture with MIDI and audio directly, or to write the score and create printed parts for an orchestra to play in a live session. Besides writing and sequencing, the studio is well suited for post production, editing and dubs, voiceovers, encoding, preparing for the web, live webcasting, Click to see Studio Photospodcasting and other multi-media formats and events.

The AlpsMedia Studio is centered around a Mac Pro system and 48 channel 96kHz i/o MOTU hardware featuring ProTools 9, Digital Performer 7.x, Cubase 6, Finale, Notion, Sibelius, Plogue Bidule, Vienna Ensemble PRO, and Kontakt as the main titles of software. We also maintain several Windows machines featuring VSL Vienna Ensemble PRO, TASCAM Gigastudio 4, NI Kontakt 4 and EMU EmulatorX sample engines, and other multi-media projects featuring Sonic Foundry's Sound Forge, Batch Converter and Noise Reduction as well as SONAR and other popular titles. We try to keep up to date with a good selection of the latest sound sample libraries including the full pro edition of the Vienna Symphonic Library.

Because of Chris' professional experience as a technologist, we host a Windows Server 2003 web and FTP server directly in the studio and are able to publish audio and video files directly to the internet in a safe, easy and secure setting for clients and Click to see Studio Photosdirectors to have instant access to the music being written and/or recorded and produced. Other benefits include live webcasts and interviews taped directly from the studio to the internet.

With our new location in the "800 East" facilities, we can now do all manner of tracking projects, capable of recording up to 30 piece orchestras at once. Our main tracking room includes a wonderful Yamaha C7 concert grand piano, Hammond B3 organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Wurlizter, Pearl drum kit, and a plethora of amplifiers, instruments, pre-amps, microphones, and other pro audio gear that allows for some of the very best recordings in Atlanta to happen here. And with ceilings nearly 3 stories high, the main room can take on many types of sounds needed for excellent and diverse recording situations.. Music ranging from artists like the Zac Brown Band and Sean Mullins to Janelle Monae are being produced and/or mastered in-house here every day.


Click to see Studio PhotosSome of the audio production possibilities we offer include:
  • Music tracking including philharmonic orchestra, chamber groups, Jazz big bands, small ensembles, vocals, rock and pop music tracking
  • ADR and Foley tracking
  • Audio Post Production
  • Audio mixing and mastering
  • Tape/CD/DVD duplication and replication
  • Musician and vocalist contracting services (union and non union)
Contact us today to find out more of what we can do for your next project at AlpsMedia Studios!
 Testimonials
"Whether he is orchestrating a complex film score or producing a jazz record, Chris has a great ability to communicate with the client and drive the creative process in an effective and fun way."
-- Jeremy Gilbertson - Tunewelders


"From epic sweeping melodies, to hot sexy rhythms, Christopher Alpiar does it all with ease. A total professional, and a gas to work with!"
-- Michael Fortney, Static Productions


 Chris' Notes
New York City bands! If you are gigging in NYC go check out nycmusicscene and post your gigs there. My friends at NYC Music Scene also do a great podcast every Wednesday. Check it out!!


Attention Dayton Rock fans! Go see Orange Willard and see the high energy new sound they are making. They have a new album coming out (with a track with your's truly playing sax) and are leading the way in the Dayton Band Playoffs. So if you like to rock, make sure you get out and see this band thats just bustin at the seams with heat.


"All a musician can do is to get closer to the sources of nature, and so feel that he is in communion with the natural laws."
-- John Coltrane on Being in tune