Coyote Road Studios is perched in the foothills in Santa Barbara. It's a spacious 24' x 24' room with a 15' vaulted open beam ceiling. 16' wide by 8' high custom made folding doors for easy load in and load out. There is a separate room and bathroom with 3 1/2" thick door which can be used as an iso booth for guitar amps, etc. There are 58 inputs and up to 12 unique headphone mixes. A wide range of microphones. Top notch outboard gear. An 88 key weighted keyboard with tons of sounds. A house drum kit fully miked and ready to go. Several guitars, basses and various instruments at the ready.
Owner Sean McCue was a founding member of the alternative
rock band Summercamp released their debut album “Pure Juice” in 1997 and hit the US alternative charts with the song “Drawer.” The Drawer music video was in heavy rotation on MTV. Sean’s track “Should I Walk Away” became a no. 1 hit in Japan. Summercamp toured the United States, Europe and Japan extensively, playing the Fuji Rock Festival on the main stage with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, Rage Against the Machine and other popular bands. Summercamp also played Lollapalooza, as well as toured with Tonic, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Third Eye Blind, Failure and Poster Children to name a few.
Over the years Sean has learned a lot by working with renowned producers Gil Norton (Foo Fighters, Pixies), Chris Sheldon (Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Feeder), Chris Shaw (Bob Dylan, Ween, Red Kross), Luke Ebbin (Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Rival Schools), and Ben Grosse (Danny Elfman, Marilyn Manson, Ben Folds, Sinéad O’Conner, Filter).
In 2018 Sean has written and produced 17 original songs for the Baywatch Remastering Project which will be released early 2019 in over 200 countries.
Sean also recently co-produced the new Karla Bonoff album "Carry Me Home", co-produced the Glen Phillips solo album titled “Coyote Sessions”, Alastair Greene "Dream Train" which has been named TOP 20 albums of 2017 by Downbeat Magazine, as well as Alastair Greene's "Live from the 805".