We have opened our community-based recording studio in Brooklyn. For real.
Rubber Tracks serves as a catalyst for originality by giving new and emerging bands the opportunity to record their songs in a high-quality studio setting. Musicians of all genres are able to apply in advance for a time to use the studio – for free. As in no cost.
Rubber Tracks also gives bands the means to expose their music to a much larger audience through content captured while recording, including songs and behind-the-scenes video. Artists have the option to utilize Converse.com and our social media channels to promote their content, potentially reaching millions.
If you’re ready, then register to hear about when we’ll be accepting applications for studio time.
In this video, a group of artists and music industry pros talk about starting out in music and their first studio experiences.
As a follow-up, check out this clip with a few musicians and producers talking about how best to utilize software and equipment in studio.
In “Maximizing Time,” the second part of our Rubber Tracks film series, industry vets offer advice on how best to spend that precious time in the studio.
In the third part of our Rubber Tracks film series, “Capturing Sound,” some brilliant engineers and musicians offer guidance on the intricacies and nuances of in-studio recording.
In the fourth part of our Rubber Tracks film series, “The Recording Process with Nicolas Vernhes,” the critically acclaimed producer discusses the artistic process and what it is like to work with an array of different artists.
In the fifth part of our Rubber Tracks film series, “Rubber Tracks Construction Process,” the Rubber Tracks recording studio on Brooklyn, NYC recently finished completing construction. Check out a full length time lapse video of all the work that has gone into building the new facility. See all aspects of the build including demolition, concrete, framing, electrical, flooring, painting, equipment installation, and finishing touches.