Ultra Sound is dedicated to offering clients the absolute best fully-equipped music rehearsal studios in New York City and services over 60 bands a day, seven days a week in 21 rooms.
By hiring top experts in the fields of acoustics and live sound to design and set up their amazing studios and sound systems, Ultra Sound also invested in the finest acoustical products for studio design, construction, and tuning. In addition to giving clients a free recording of their rehearsal, Ultra Sound proudly offers an amazing selection of superb music equipment in all of their studios. Each studio (room sizes range from small to luxury) is equipped with Planet Waves cables, the finest sound system, many high-end and hand wired boutique guitar amps, the ultimate bass amp setup, top of the line keyboards and drum kits, which are now fully outfitted with Evans drumheads. Musicians will also have access to D’Addario strings, Planet Waves accessories, and ProMark drumsticks.
Conveniently located in midtown Manhattan, Ultra Sound is in the Recording and Rehearsal Arts Building at 251 West 30th Street in New York City.
“We are thrilled to be part of the Ultra Sound experience,” says Marco Soccoli, Director of Artist Relations. “We proudly share their commitment in providing every client an excellent value in quality music equipment and rehearsal that is unmatched.”
“We have been in business for over 20 years,” says Co-owner, Jeff West. “All of the D’Addario products we use in our studios are the best: the strings, Planet Waves cables, Evans Drumheads and ProMark drumsticks!”
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