Welcome to the Machine!

Machine Room® Studio is an intimate & modern audio production studio located in a quiet Arlington, VA neighborhood, about 4 miles from Washington, DC. It features an acoustically balanced live room with creative analog & digital tools. A purpose-built audio production facility that fosters creativity, learning, and success.

Contact the studio today to set up an appointment!

Click HERE for current rates

NEWS UPDATE:

We’re at the very tail end of construction of expanding Machine Room® Studio! Once completed, we will be featuring two live rooms, connected by video, with the ability to record 32 TRACKS simultaneously.

Unlike most residentially-based studios, we’ll be able to offer live tracking of full bands, larger ensembles, truly isolated LOUD guitars, horn sections…you name it. Conveniently load-in at studio level – no stairs! All located in a quiet and safe residential neighborhood right outside DC.

Stay tuned for more details and official opening dates & times. In the meantime, continue coping well, be safe, and be kind.

LATEST RELEASES ->

TODAY:

My project, UBIQUITY MACHINE, has decided to release it’s debut LP on Bandcamp. As our plans for a proper release show have been temporarily scrapped, we decided to unleash our music to the world! Thanks for all your generosity and support!

COMING MAY 15, 2020

For more information on this release, visit Music Giff’s website or his Bandcamp page.

“COLD WORLD”
Written & performed by Breton MacLeod
Produced by: Howard Rabach
Bass: Howard Rabach
“EDEN”
Written & performed by Breton MacLeod
Produced by: Howard Rabach
Bass: Howard Rabach
Jasmine Gillison – “Little Light”
“LITTLE LIGHT”
Produced by Jasmine Gillison, Ben Tufts, & Howard Rabach
All Songs Recorded & Mixed by Howard Rabach at Machine Room® Studio

“CARNIVAL MIRROR”
Directed & Produced: Linda Vuorenvirta (LJV)
Original Score & Sound Design: Howard Rabach
2017 Spotlight Award Recipient
The Elevation Indie Film Awards
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All Website Photography by Suzette Niess Photography

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