Welcome

We heartily welcome you at the webpage of the Steppenwolf chamber music recording studio. Here you can find all relevant information about the studio, its services, projects and contact details in case you have questions or want to discuss your new recording project.


 Our story

The Steppenwolf studio is located in the center of the Netherlands, in a quiet village in Betuwe, Dutch fruit region, surrounded by serene fields and fruit gardens, beautifully blossoming in spring. To check the location of the studio please visit our contact section.

The studio was established in 2016 with the main idea of giving musicians the possibility to find a place where, abandoned from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, they can passionately experiment, work and record their performances solo or in a chamber music settings.

Slava Poprugin, the owner of the studio, has more than 10 years of broad experience with classical music recordings, working as a sound and mastering engineer. Having worked with renowned musicians (Natalia Gutman, Alexei Lubimov, Eggner Trio and many others) and recorded at multiple locations he now works in his new studio, perfectly equipped to record soloists and chamber music ensembles. To learn more about the services provided please visit our Studio Highlights section.


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Mikhail Shilyaev from London wrote on 10/08/2017 at 11:19:
I have just finished a recording for my new CD in a fantastic newly built Steppenwolf Studio with the a most experienced sound engineer and a great musician Slava Poprugin. The works of Scriabin, Debussy, Ravel and Mompou were played on a beautifully restored 115-year-old Bechstein. The idea of this project is to recreate the sound aesthetic of the great Bechstein epoche which has come to an end together with the end of World War II. Our aim is to preserve that distinctive warmth and richness of tone which is missing in many contemporary concert pianos. The capacity of Steppenwolf studio seemed to be ideal for this. This instrument has so much character so it can profoundly influence your interpretation. I cannot wait for the final mix!
My warmest gratitude to Slava Poprugin and Alex Koshkarov for the friendly and welcoming atmosphere which made a difficult recording process a very pleasurable experience!
Anaïs Chen from Torri, Toscana, Italy wrote on 10/03/2017 at 09:27:
Equipped with the most advanced technique and quality of sound engeneering the heart of the studio is of course Slava with his enormous experience both as a musician and sound regisseur. He really puts all his energy to get the musically best possible result and wants to understand the aim of the musicians.
Alexandra Ivanova from Basel wrote on 04/03/2017 at 21:38:
There is a very special atmosphere in the studio - creative, highly professional and very welcoming in the same time. I would not be able to wish for more. One can dive into the process of making music and documenting performance so deep in there... And yes - it is "always open"!
Bruno Truyens from Haarlem wrote on 02/03/2017 at 17:14:
Dear Slava, congratulations with your fantastic new studio! I wish you lots of succes! Bruno