A 7,500-square-foot multimedia palace, Treehouse Sound helps amateur and professional musicians to unleash their creative vision with recording, video, and web services. The state-of-the-art recording studio, which has captured the sounds of previous clients such as Gym Class Heroes, The Gaslight Anthem, and Run-DMC, brims with enough gadgetry to make RoboCop swoon. The long list of equipment includes a Pro Tools HD2 system with Waves Mercury plug-ins, microphones including a Neumann U87 and a Shure SM7, and preamps from Neve and Focusrite. Musicians abandon homemade cardboard-box drums and tinfoil guitars for the studio’s high-end instruments, among them Gibson guitars, Slingerland and Tama drums, Ampeg and Fender amps, and an Allan Lawrence upright piano. A 2,000-square-foot rehearsal space, a lounge, a full kitchen, and extended-stay housing facilitate long-term creative projects, from writing and recording an album to filming a documentary on chia-head growth. Knowledgeable staffers can also help to polish albums with arranging, mixing, and mastering services and also dabble in video production and personalized web design.