The studio

Professional Multi-track Recording Facility

We are very proud to feature a professional multi-room recording facility here at the Frosty Badger.  The Studio features a 16′ x 22′ live room with a sloped 12′ -13.5′ ceiling,  an 8.5′ x 15′ iso booth, and a 16′ x 17′ control room.  The space has an amazing comfortable vibe,  with our claim to fame being the incredible drum sounds we can achieve in the live room.  The centerpiece of our facility is a 32-channel Tascam M3700 recording console with in-line architecture, VCA automation, and tons of analog mojo.  We have a large assortment of microphones from vintage designs to modern classics. Most importantly, the space just makes you feel at home.  Contact us today to book a studio tour or a session!

Meet Our Engineer


The recording facility is overseen by veteran recording and live audio engineer, Darren Reynolds. A drummer by trade, Darren came up in the Seattle music scene, playing and recording with multiple bands, and honing his own engineering chops.  In 2006 Darren move to Wenatchee, WA with his wife and opened up Caffe´ Mela, a coffee roasting company and music venue.  

Photo By Stu Larsen

The venue gained a reputation as one of the best sounding rooms in the state, and soon Darren was promoting and mixing concerts regionally with his own production company, and producing music in the studio, along with performing with multiple groups as a drummer. 

In 2015 Darren relocated to Nashville, TN, and worked as a live/session drummer and toured internationally as an in-demand front of house engineer.  The artists Darren has mixed and/or toured with include: Vince Gill, Gretchen Peters, Gavin DeGraw, Angel Snow, Hayes Carll, David Cook, Ben Haggard, Dan Tyminiski, Nightly, Post Modern Jukebox, The Cadillac Three, Boy And Bear, Devin Dawson, and many more.


Explore The Studio Space


$450 – Full Day* – up to 10 hours
$200 – Half Day – 4 hours
$50 – Hourly  – 2 hour session minimum

$75/hr – Mixing and Post Production

* Includes load-in and initial set-up time the night before, and day-of mixing, time permitting.