Spyder Byte Studios is a full service 24
track digital recording studio located in beautiful Alpena Michigan. A
truly professional smoke-free environment geared towards comfort for the
artist and convenience for the crew.
Our in house system is comprised of a Mackie D8B digital console (with
complete automation and recall) hooked optically to a Mackie MDR 24/96
Spyder Byte Studios also feature 32 tracks of Digidesign Pro-Tools
(v6.4) for complete uncompromised non-linear recording and track
Our collection of recording tools also includes a complete stand-alone
remote recording rig with 24 channels of high quality front end preamps
sent optically into a Mackie SDR 24 track digital recorder.
We can also assist if your project needs the help of a hired
professional musician; guitar players, vocalists, keyboard players,
fiddle players, drummers and others are only a phone call away for us.
Spyder Byte Studios is the only recording studio in Northern Michigan
that includes free full color professional graphic design
services with every full length project when you choose to use
Discmakers or Oasis for your duplication needs.
We can deliver your full length project completed, in shrink wrapped,
retail ready packaging (including bar code) in time for your next big
event. Get the look and feel that the signed artists receive, at a
fraction of the cost.
We fully understand the budget constraints of the independent artist.
We also recognize the enormous amount of work involved with
orchestrating a successful CD release. Allow us to take care of the
details so you can focus on what you're good at; writing and performing.
Contact Us today to get your project rolling!
Who's in the Studio Now
It can be seen in the avid sparkle of her
eye, that Tammy Allen has an unquestionable thirst for singing.
This is a girl who has always stayed well focused and determined on what
she wanted out of life - a singing career.
Tammy was born in Waterford Michigan. She moved to Grand Blanc
where she grew up writing her first song at eleven while learning to
Singing first in church talent shows and competitions, she began gaining
recognition for her vocal abilities. Opening for "Sha Na Na" at
the mere age of thirteen, she was scouted by AMI Records in Tennessee.
With a voice well beyond her years, she has performed and recorded in
Nashville, Los Angeles, Baton Rouge, Atlanta, Houston and New Orleans.
She was chosen by Motown in Detroit as one of Detroit's hottest new
singers to watch for. Tammy has participated in various charitable
benefits and appeared in her first movie "Of Blood and Honor" which
aired on HBO in 1997.