September 30, 2014

Rehearsal Studios Now Available

Call or email today and schedule an appointment to come view the few remaining studios at the Music Garage. … [more]

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Production Suites

Each suite comes equipped with a live room and  attached control room. Excellent for mixing , tracking… [more]

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Our Mission

Here at the Music Garage we understand that when you're looking for a studio or rehearsal facility, you… [more]

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Our Mission

At the Music Garage we understand that when you’re looking for a studio or rehearsal facility, you aren’t just renting space, you’re investing in your career. That’s why we have made it our mission to provide you with the facilities, tools, and information you need to achieve your goals. If you are serious about your music, you won’t find a better environment to interact and create than the Music Garage.

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Tips For Making It On The Road

By: Kristi Agne ● PLAN AHEAD! Do the math. Estimate how much the cost of gas, food expenses, and sleeping arrangements will be. You don’t want to be stuck hoping you make enough money from a gig so you can eat a burger off of the McDonald’s $1 menu or need to pass a jar […]

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Don’t Try This At Home!: Featured Interview with David Taylor

By: Jasmine McFarlane I sat down with Music Garage guitar tech David Taylor to get a better idea of his take on repairing instruments, some general tips for keeping your instruments in the best condition and to hear some disaster stories that he has encountered while touring. The first question that many artists ask when […]

Carbon Tigers

Guest Spotlight: Carbon Tigers

By: Nick Cudone I’ve been playing in Carbon Tigers for four years now and it’s overwhelming to think about all the mistakes that we’ve made over the years. We’ve been through a lot as a band and new situations arise that make me reevaluate what I believe, but there are two important things I’ve learned. […]

New Sign

Look at us! Have you seen our new sign?

11 Tips for Gigging Bands from No Love for Linus

1. Don’t tell the sound guy he looks like a young Angela Lansbury. 2. Show up for the opener and listen – they could use the support. 3. Help the drummer load his kit (looking in your direction singers…) 4. Treat the small shows like the big ones – you never know who will be […]