FILM STUDIO SALT LAKE CITY

From shooting a YouTube video to creating the next indie film hit,
you'll find what you need at Ignite Studios!

From soundproof studios to tireless technicians

Video is one of the most powerful mediums for storytelling or promoting your brand.

To make quality video, you need a quality film studio to shoot in. Ignite Studios offers everything you need for creating world-class film and video productions. 

Whether you’re making the next Sundance hit, a feature film, a YouTube video, corporate video, music video, or any other type of film project, you won’t find a better film studio along the Wasatch Front.

Our film studio is equipped with high-end lighting, sound, and cyc walls. We also have trained film technicians and engineers to help you through every stage of the process, from shooting through post production. 

Alternatively, if you have your own film techs and equipment, we’ve got the sound stage!

“This studio is perfect for films, commercials…TV show hosting. You can use this creative and clean space for pretty much all of your professional needs.”

—Jon Kovach Jr.

Film production

If you are look for the best film production studio in SLC, Ignite Studios is the place to be!

Do you need help with the studio setup? 

Makeup?

Post production?

Whatever you need, our professional technicians are ready to assist. 

We’ve got the equipment, the engineers, and the knowhow.

You bring the ideas and the passion.

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Soundstage rental

The jewel of our Salt Lake City recording studio is the 1900 square foot, 13-foot high soundstage.

This soundstage is equipped with 2 cycloramas or cyc walls. Our green screen cyc allows for chromakey post production editing. Our regular white cyc wall or infinity wall makes a terrific neutral backdrop for many film projects. 

If you’re shooting a film or a TV show, you’ll probably want to rent our large soundstage for your film project. With 1900 square feet, you’ve got a lot of space to creatively design the staging and shot angles.

If you want a smaller space for more intimate filming, our second studio is also available to rent. It’s a 12’x50’ staging and green room area suited for smaller video projects such as like YouTube videos, podcast videos, etc.

To reserve your soundstage rental, contact Ignite Studios at (801) 999-8249 or email info@ignitestudios.com.

Film studio FAQ

The price of a film studio varies depending on the company. Our Salt Lake City recording studios are competitively priced, starting at $500 for four hours and $800 for 10 hours. If you choose to have an expert from our end assist you, we have experienced engineers whose rates start at $100 per hour.

Companies choose Ignite Studios because they can save money while getting top-quality audio and video recordings!

You can get a level of quality from filming in a studio that would be impossible to replicate elsewhere. Here are some of the reasons that a professional filming studio produces better quality digital media:

  • Soundproof. No need to worry about environmental noise such as traffic.
  • Top-of-the-line equipment. Recording studios have better equipment available for use than most people can afford on their own.
  • Audio and video engineers. If you’re new to music or film production, an engineer can help you learn how to operate the technology in a studio more effectively.
  • Privacy and security. You don’t have to worry about passersby capturing whatever secret film or commercial you’re working on.
  • Creativity at work. Shooting in a studio allows you to build props that add color and significance to your video.

Yes, renting a soundstage or film studio can be very affordable, and the level of quality you get is more than worthwhile! If the benefits listed above aren’t enough to convince you of the value of filming in a studio, we don’t know what would. If you want to know more how you can take advantage of our studios, give us a call for a free consultation at (801) 999-8249.

If you’re on a tight budget, we recommend shooting on location. However, if you have the funds but lack the necessary equipment, such as cameras, lapels, microphones, and lights, it is preferable to rent a filming studio.

Filmmakers and producers prefer to shoot in a studio because they have the control of almost everything in the environment, from noise, traffic, weather, set design, and more. It’s also easier for them to use green screen or blue screen for special effects, and shoot stunts.

A soundstage (or sound stage) is a larger studio that is mostly used for visual production such as TV shows and films. A studio—whether a TV or audio recording studio and commonly referred to as a sound studio—is smaller than a soundstage, but both “studios” are soundproof and use some of the same equipment.

The purpose of a soundstage is to cater to productions that require a bigger stage to shoot on. Films or TV series that have a lot of special effects using green screen are the usual renters of soundstages. However, if you’re a smaller producer and want a soundstage to have that theatrical effect in your video, then you can still rent a soundstage.

The average soundstage size ranges from 1500 square feet to 50,000 square feet. Our soundstage at Ignite Studios is 1,900 square feet.

You are allowed to bring your own equipment into most filming and recording studios. For example, at Ignite Studios, even though we have a complete set of equipment in our soundstage and audio recording studios, our clients may still opt to bring their own equipment.

There are no restrictions on the number of persons who can work in our studio. You can go by pair, or with a full production crew, including a director, writer, production designer, make-up artists, stylists, assistants, and more.

At Ignite Studios, our expert engineers can help you set up and maximize our equipment.

No, smoking is not permitted in most film studios. We at Ignite Studios do not allow smoking in our recording studios in SLC. Aside from the detrimental impacts on one’s health, smoking also harms studio equipment due to the toxic substances of the cigarette.

Studio filming or studio production refers to any audiovisual media (including films, TV programs, digital content) shot and produced in a studio or soundstage. Unlike in open field, producers or advertisers prefer to tape in a studio to control aspects such as noise and lighting.

The typical film production process includes pre-production (brainstorming, conceptualization, budgeting), production or principal photography (actual filming, shooting or taping) and post production (editing, dubbing, mixing). At Ignite Studios, aside from renting filming studio facilities, we also offer post-production services with editing equipment, and our in-house editor for hire.

Our large soundstage is 1900 square feet, which is large enough for many types of shots that movies use. Really, it depends on the nature of the film and the creativity of the director. If you’d like to visit and assess our filmmaking potential for yourself, contact us to arrange a tour!

Yes, we have several parking spaces outside our building, and additional street parking can be found nearby.

Video and Photography

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A/C and adjustable set lighting

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Podcast and audio production

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Integrated room-to-room network

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Production and special effects

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