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Studio services include: Tracking, Overdubs, Mixing, and CD Mastering.

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         Shimamoto Sound is a creative audio environment that seeks to bring the most out of an artist's music. Our staff is committed to working hard to make things right so our clients don't have to worry about the technical aspects of music. We offer top quality analog and digital audio technology for all types of music and have the experience to make the most out of these tools. We pride ourselves on being able to being able to offer our clients good deals because of our many years of experience and strong work ethic. Our projects are always done on time using efficient, time effective methods.         Contact Shimamoto Sound to see what we can do for you today. We're happy to answer all of the questions you may have about the recording process or the music business in general. We strive to help artists of all experience levels get the most out of their careers. Shimamoto Sound offers a variety of solutions for recording artists so that we are able to be a one stop answer for every aspect of a music career. Our experience and expertise in the music business has been proven it can take a music career to the next level.        



For those of you who are running XP Pro and haven't had a chance to use RDC, you are in for a treat. RDC is one of the many wonderfully powerful applications built into XP. It is similar in concept to Timbuktu or PC Anywhere, except that it works a lot better, and is much more efficient and stable. Best of all, it's already built into the OS you are already using. RDC is a Windows XP Pro update to the Terminal Services capability built into Windows 2000. Note that RDC is not built into Windows XP Home Edition, and is one of many reasons you ought to choose the Pro version if you have the chance. What makes RDC so special is that where other applications are "screen scrapers" which simply project a bitmap image of the remote computer's user interface, RDC works "underneath" the user interface. Instead of projecting "pictures" it is projecting just primitive information about the keyboard, mouse, and video. This makes it highly efficient. In fact you can easily use RDC over a modem, and it works great over a low-end 802.11B (11 Mb/s) wireless connection. For $50 you can get a wireless-B router and attach your DAW to the router (many other kinds of wireless solutions are available on the cheap to fit into any networking scheme you may already employ). Moreover, RDC uses very few resources on your main DAW. If you are running a modern Athlon or P4 based DAW, you will see only the most minimal drain on your CPU, making this solution feasible for all but the most demanding mixes with scads of plugins already running. Since the recording application is actually running on your real DAW computer, this means that the notebook computer you use to connect doesn't need to be very powerful. I have great results with my old, tired 466 MHz Celeron notebook. Many similar computers are readily available for under $500 on eBay. I think mine would resell for about $250. You'll also need a wireless card for the notebook. That will probably cost as much as the router, say $70. The end result is that your $300 notebook computer now serves as a wireless remote control of your DAW - a complete solution that gives you all of the capabilities you would get by sitting right at the computer on your desk - usable from anywhere in your studio. Launch apps, open / change song files, add new tracks, arm for record, play back, patch effects - anything you can do in your software at your desk can now be done from anywhere in your studio.



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