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White Noise Studio

This is a page dedicated to a bit of our history, what we do, where we are headed and what makes us successful.

How it all started

The recording studio is located at the Koningsweg 52A in Winterswijk and offers 2 rooms: A recording room of 24m² and a control room of 13 m². Both rooms are built with the goal to be versatile in use and with a reliable acoustic. Through the use of movable acoustic panels the acoustic can be changed quickly and easily from ”live” to ”dry”. These so called gobos make sure we have a perfect acoustic setting suited for every recording. My primary DAW for mixing and mastering is Steinberg’s Cubase. We have all the latest plugins but like to work with outboard gear too. Again, whatever sounds best. I use converters of RME. The speakers for listening used are Adam s2a, Sonic Munro Egg 150 and Auratone speakers. Microphones are used of Sennheiser, Neumann, AKG, Rode, Shure, BPM, Audio Technica, and Yamaha.

You, the musician comes first. You probably have spend countless hours on writing and working on your material. Now you want to be sure it get’s recorded and mixed the best way possible! If you come to record in my studio I’ll make sure it’s done as relaxed and smooth as possible. Don’t expect me to be a producer / engineer who constantly dictates what you need to play. See me as a temporarily extra member of the band. I work WITH the band to get the best result. That will most likely includes exchanging ideas, doing suggestions etc. My mixes sound if you have to give it a name, honest. In your face, thick, compact. Pro. Respectful yet uncompromising. My general rule of thumb is: whatever sounds best! While I’m definitely not afraid to experiment when needed I’ll also use proven recording techniques in the recording studio.

The recording studio is located at the Koningsweg 52A in Winterswijk and offers 2 rooms: A recording room of 24m² and a control room of 13 m². Both rooms are built with the goal to be versatile in use and with a reliable acoustic. Through the use of movable acoustic panels the acoustic can be changed quickly and easily from ”live” to ”dry”. These so called gobos make sure we have a perfect acoustic setting suited for every recording. My primary DAW for mixing and mastering is Steinberg’s Cubase. We have all the latest plugins but like to work with outboard gear too. Again, whatever sounds best. I use converters of RME. The speakers for listening used are Adam s2a, Sonic Munro Egg 150 and Auratone speakers. Microphones are used of Sennheiser, Neumann, AKG, Rode, Shure, BPM, Audio Technica, and Yamaha.

You, the musician comes first. You probably have spend countless hours on writing and working on your material. Now you want to be sure it get’s recorded and mixed the best way possible! If you come to record in my studio I’ll make sure it’s done as relaxed and smooth as possible. Don’t expect me to be a producer / engineer who constantly dictates what you need to play. See me as a temporarily extra member of the band. I work WITH the band to get the best result. That will most likely includes exchanging ideas, doing suggestions etc. My mixes sound if you have to give it a name, honest. In your face, thick, compact. Pro. Respectful yet uncompromising. My general rule of thumb is: whatever sounds best! While I’m definitely not afraid to experiment when needed I’ll also use proven recording techniques in the recording studio.

Marlon Wolterink (Owner White Noise Studio)

You, the musician comes first. You probably have spend countless hours on writing and working on your material. Now you want to be sure it get’s recorded and mixed the best way possible! If you come to record in my studio I’ll make sure it’s done as relaxed and smooth as possible. Don’t expect me to be a producer / engineer who constantly dictates what you need to play. See me as a temporarily extra member of the band. I work WITH the band to get the best result. That will most likely includes exchanging ideas, doing suggestions etc. My mixes sound if you have to give it a name, honest. In your face, thick, compact. Pro. Respectful yet uncompromising. My general rule of thumb is: whatever sounds best! While I’m definitely not afraid to experiment when needed I’ll also use proven recording techniques in the recording studio.