New Wine Recording Studio

Nestled in the scenic Apple Valley, California, New Wine Recording Studio & Mastering Lab stands as a testament to over 30 years of Eric Uglum’s unwavering dedication and expertise in the realm of acoustic music production. As the proud owner and chief engineer of this state-of-the-art facility, Eric has cultivated an impressive portfolio of collaborations with some of the most renowned artists in the industry.

The Artist

Among the notable artists who have graced the studios of New Wine Recording is bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley, mandolin virtuoso Sierra Hull, and banjo maestro Ron Block.

The studio has also been a creative haven for talents such as Darrell Scott, Neal Casal, the Hillbenders, John Moore, and the dynamic sibling duo of Sean Watkins and Sara Watkins.

Eric has also worked with esteemed artists in Nashville studios. His expertise has graced sessions with luminaries like Alison Krauss, whose ethereal vocals have captivated audiences worldwide, alongside the iconic Tom T. Hall, whose timeless songwriting has left an indelible mark on bluegrass and country music history. In addition, Eric has had the privilege of working with fiddle extraordinaire Stuart Duncan, renowned for his virtuosic performances that effortlessly blend tradition with innovation, as well as Rob Ickes, a master of the resonator guitar whose soulful playing adds depth and dimension to every composition.

The Musician

Eric’s prowess as an engineer is deeply rooted in his own musical mastery. As an accomplished musician himself, Eric possesses an innate understanding of the nuances of sound and performance, allowing him to seamlessly translate artistic vision into technical reality. His intimate knowledge of various instruments and musical genres enables him to communicate effectively with artists, fostering an environment of collaboration and creative synergy within the studio. This unique blend of technical expertise and musical sensibility not only ensures the highest caliber of recordings but also facilitates a deeper connection between the artist and the music itself. Eric’s dual role as both engineer and musician imbues his work with a level of artistry and insight that sets New Wine Recording Studio apart as a haven for authentic musical expression.

The Recording Studio

New Wine Recording Studio & Mastering Lab offers more than just a recording space; it provides an immersive experience for musicians. Boasting a five-room recording facility equipped with a lounge, office, full bathroom, and overnight guest accommodations, the studio ensures a comfortable and productive environment for artists to bring their visions to life.

With Pro Tools Ultimate 12 HD at the helm, coupled with
cutting-edge plugins from Waves, Steven Slate, and Sound Toys,
Eric Uglum ensures that every recording session meets the highest
standards of quality. The studio’s arsenal includes a selection of
top-tier microphones from Neumann, AKG, RODE, and Beyerdynamic, along with microphone preamps by Millenia Media, Universal Audio, Avalon, Aphex, and Focusrite.

New Wine

Beyond the technical prowess, New Wine Recording Studio is known for its reasonable rates, making professional recording accessible to a wide range of musicians. Eric Uglum invites artists from all walks of acoustic music to explore the possibilities within the studio’s walls, encouraging them to reach out for an
unforgettable recording experience.

For those eager to embark on their musical journey or further enrich their sonic creations, contact Eric Uglum at 760-953-9008 or via email at Experience the magic of New Wine Recording Studio & Mastering Lab in Apple Valley, where passion meets precision, and musical dreams become reality.

“Elevate Your Sound with Over 30 Years of Expertise at New Wine Recording Studio: Where Legends Collaborate and Dreams Come
to Life!”

New Wine Recording Studio

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