About Mozart Studio

True professional recording studio.
We bring a personal and effective approach
to every project we work on,which is why
our clients appreciate us
and why they keep coming back.

We believe a true artist
is not one who is inspired,
but one who inspires others.

Our Services

We have a unique
blend of talent that allows
us to offer such a diverse
range of services.

Mozart Studio started as Kostadin Kamcev's home studio, in the small town of Kavadarci, Macedonia. After only a few years, the studio grew to be a major recording studio in the capital of Macedonia, Skopje, where it provided services for the biggest artists in the country.

After moving to the United States, Kostadin Kamcev started working in couple of local recording studio, untill he put together the gear he brought with him from Macedonia to open the American version of Mozart Studio. Starting with local artists, Mozart Studio carved its way in the music industry, and became the home for some of the best musicians in the business. Nowadays, Mozart Studio is well acoustically tuned, supplied with balanced power for its gear (Equitech), and provides professional sound to record your creative musical ideas. Mainly Pro Tools HDX Based, Mozart Studio has incorporated the best of both worlds, Analog and Digital, by accumulating and BUILDING lots of its outboard gear, as well incorporating a CLASP system to seamlessly integrate Pro Tools with a STUDER A827 2" 24 track Analog Recorder and a MCI JH24, 2" 16 Track Analog Recorder.

Intelligence without ambition
is a bird without wings.

Key Features

Extraordinay monitoring
Latest Digital - Analog Format OR Combined! - CLASP
we make Most of our gear.

Performing is the honesty of the music.
There is no possibility of cheating:
It is either good or bad.
Our job is to capture the performance.


Get in touch
let's have a chat
we will help you
deliver your best!

  • New Jersey
  • 24/7/365

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How to contact our studio

You can contact us via the web, phone, email, Skype, Facebook,... You name it!

How to book a session?

It is a good practice to call at least a week in advance from the time you want to book a session, as the studio is usually booked. A deposit of 30% is required to secure your date. Deposit goes towards the balance at the end of the session.

How can I pay for the session?

We accept various types of payments; - Cash - Credit Cards - Paypal - Check*


* In case you are paying with check, no material is released until the check is clear.

How to get ready for the session?

- If you are in a band, make sure that everyone knows his individual parts cold. Print out all lyrics with chord changes, and make sure to have extras for the engineer and/or producer. Also make sure that all of your equipment is in the best shape possible. If your drummer needs new drumheads, change them and get them tuned to everyone’s satisfaction before you get to the studio. Take care of any extraneous rings, squeaks in the drum pedal, or unwanted sounds on the entire kit. Have your drummer play the entire kit, and walk around it listening very closely for any unwanted sounds that could end up on the recording. - All guitars will need new strings and time to stretch, so make sure that’s done before you get to the studio. Don’t forget your tuner, and figure out beforehand whether you are all going to record all songs at A-440. If your guitar player is going to use alternate tunings, consider bringing an extra guitar with fresh strings to save time. If your guitar player’s amp or effects boxes are making a bunch of noise, that will be recorded, so get it fixed before you get in the studio. Bring extra guitar cables to take care of any hums, as well as extra fuses, batteries, or any other necessity that may go on the blink. You don’t want to have to stop a session just because your gear isn’t working like it should. - If possible, try to memorize your song lyrics. Even if you bring them with you to the studio, knowing your lyrics by heart will improve your delivery and overall performance. - Record your guitar/vocals, keyboard vocals, or whatever, and then use that tape to work up any background vocals. Continue to practice the background vocals so that you can lay your parts down very quickly. I can’t tell you how many times background vocals have taken way too long because the singer wasn’t prepared, which just ended up costing more money.

Can you give me more tips for a successful session?

- Be on time to your session. When you operate in a professional manner, you tend to get professional results. Punctuality is a true sign of professionalism. On top of this, starting your session on time will allow you to maximize the total hours that you booked. If you are going to be late, call the studio to let us know at least a day in advance. And, realize that your tardiness will count against your total session time. Don’t expect the us to give you more time on the back end to compensate for your lateness. - If you’re singing, rapping, or performing to an instrumental, bring a copy of the instrumental on a flash drive or CD. This is important. Don’t use your studio time to play an instrumental off your smart phone, or have the audio engineer try to download it from YouTube or your email. Your instrumental is your responsibility. Bring it with you. And, if need be, bring two copies. - Meet up with your entourage after your recording session. Don’t bring them to the studio. While it can be a cool ‘scene’ in the studio, you’re there to get a job done. Treat your recording experience with the same amount of professionalism, discipline and integrity as you treat your day job. Again, time is money. And, believe me when I say that bringing non-essential parties to your recording studio session will hinder progress and cost you in the long run. - Alcohol and drugs tend to impair one’s ability to focus, operate in a professional manner, and gauge the quality of a recorded performance. While these vices might be common at some recording studios, it’s probably not wise to try to record when you’re drunk or stoned.


YES, You've red it right! We have ANALOG PRO TOOLS!!!

Our Studer A827 2" 24 track analog machine, as well as our MCI JH24 2" 16 tracks, work flawless conected via CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor), so whille tracking, we are still In Pro tools, but everything is recorded to the Tape first, then from the Tape Playback head goes straight in the Pro Tools, all real time, No Latency!!!

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