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Estimated Session Length
Date/Start Time

  • Check the calendar below for open times. The calendar shows times that are available to be booked. Note that this is inverted from other booking services, if the calendar is blank that means the time is NOT available. Use the “Agenda” tab to quickly see what the next openings are. Or use the “Month” tab to see availability in calendar format.

  • Once you’ve found a day that works, fill out the form to the right to pay the deposit and book your session.

  • To book multiple sessions click the “continue shopping” button at the top of the cart page to return here and add more dates.

  • My normal hours for sessions are Tuesday-Friday 10am to 6pm. If you expect to need 4 or more hours 10am is my preferred start time if possible. If you need less than four hours my preferred start time is 1pm if possible.

  • If you are not available during those times I do offer some Monday afternoons, some weeknights, and occasional weekend sessions. If you would like to book one of these “If Necessary” times please let me know why no other times work in the “Notes” field.

  • The deposit will count towards the total recording costs and is non-refundable if the session is cancelled with less than one week's notice. Your session is not booked until payment has been received.

  • This calendar is updated manually so may not reflect other recently booked sessions. If the date you have selected turns out to be unavailable I will email you and we can find an alternate date or refund the deposit.

  • If none of these times work please email me ( and let me know what your schedule is like and we’ll try to work something out.

  • If you’re sending a mixing deposit you may put “soonest available” in the Date/Start time field since I mix on my own so we don’t need to coordinate schedules. Or if you’re planning ahead and won’t be ready for mixing right away just put an estimate of when you’ll be ready. If you have a deadline for your mix please put that in the “Notes” field.