You don’t have to travel to the coast to record an industry-quality album, EP, or LP. Located at located at 9420 W. Central Avenue, Naughty Dog Studio provides exceptional recording, mixing, and mastering services for bands and solo musicians alike, all from their Wichita recording studio. Started in 2013 by founder Wayne Spriggs and head engineer Scott Spriggs, the studio has played a key role in the making of records for local bands like Vehicles, Kill Vargas, Commonfolk, and Jenny Wood.
The studio uses a UAD Apollo Quad as the main interface, which enables the use of renowned UAD software plugins modeled after classic, analog gear that’s been tried and tested through the years of recording. The studio also has a wide selection of guitars, bass guitars, amps, cabs, drums, drum sounds, keyboard and keyboard sounds, and microphones to use in recording sessions. For a more extensive look into the gear, visit the gear page.
Whether a full band session in the live room or complex experimentation by a single artist, Naughty Dog Studios can track, mix, and master your music to industry quality standards.
Navigate through the menus to see the information about the studio’s services, gear, prices, and clients. If you have questions or would like to book time for any services, you can visit our contact page, email email@example.com, or call Scott at (316) 247-9995.
Scott Spriggs – Head Audio Engineer
Scott started dabbling in engineering and mixing in 2006, when he got his first 2-channel interface and basic DAW as a gift. In April of 2013, he decided to get serious about being an engineer. He learned (and continues, to this day, to learn) under the tutelage of Micajah Ryan (who has engineering credits with the likes of Bob Dylan, Megadeath, and Guns N’ Roses). Over the course of the last few years, Scott has been instrumental in the making of records for local bands like Vehicles, Kill Vargas, Commonfolk, Jenny Wood, and Tideway. To listen to music from various Naughty Dog clients, visit the clients page.