When you think of recording studios, you probably think of dark, underground spaces with low ceilings and egg-carton lined walls. Yes, those studios do the trick, but what if you want more than that? Our philosophy is that the art of making music is one that should be enjoyable every step of the way. At Meadowlark Studios, you will feel at home in our barn-inspired space complete with vaulted ceilings, gorgeous views of The Green Mountains, and a quintessential Vermont apple orchard abutting our property.
By hiring acoustic masters WSDG (Berklee College of Music, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Allaire Studios), to design the studio from top to bottom, we have spared no expense in creating the best sounding rooms possible. Our state-of-the-art live room was designed especially for the ability to record acoustic instruments, setting us apart from other studios in the area. We searched high and low for the right piano, and found our match in Nashua, NH in a virtually unplayed 1997 Yamaha C7 with the perfect blend of the brand’s famous bright sound mixed with a European-style warmth. To learn more about our equipment, please visit our “Gear/Instruments” page.
Some people that we have worked with include Grace Potter, Ellis Paul, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield (Ben & Jerry’s,) Kat Wright, Brian McCarthy, The Sweet Remains, Chris Pureka, Dwith & Nicole, and Eugene Friesen.
Located just 15 minutes from charming downtown Burlington, Meadowlark Studios possesses the serenity of the countryside while offering the convenience of the city.
For those traveling from outside the area, please give us a call or send us an email to discuss lodging options.
10 minutes from Burlington International Airport
1.5 hour drive from Montreal
3 hour drive from Boston
5 hour drive from New York City (or 45 minute flight)