About
The Sound Museum

SOUND MUSEUM REHEARSAL COMPLEX

At the sound museum we specialize in no frills, affordable, monthly band rooms within the greater boston city limits. We won't be undersold in the Boston Area! Each of our five locations has easy 24-hour access. Play as loud as you want , when you want.

Bring their price and we'll beat it!

Hourly rehearsal room now avaible for as low as $20 a hour! The Sound Museum has a professional sound stage which features a full range PA, monitors, professional Lights, amps, and essentially the works for you to use. The sound stage or better known as "The Magic Room" is also available for video shoots and live recordings. Prices for this service can be discounted and tailed for your budget and needs. Just give us a call or contact us here

Photography / Video Production

Affordable rates in house from the "Red Hot Box Studios".
Ask for Sound Museum client discounts!

Production Studio Available


History
Of The Sound Museum

The Sound Museum Rehearsal Complex was first built 30 years ago in Boston's historic South End by William "Des" Desmond as a vehicle to provide affordable practice space for fledgling bands in the area. Desmond is one of the original pioneers of warehousing rehearsal space in the country (a concept that has been copied by many).

For these past 30 years, much of the Boston music folklore has been founded within the walls of the Sound Museum.

With years of experience in providing rehearsal spaces for musicians, we at the Sound Museum understand what musicians want...a clean, cheap rehearsal space where they can rock as hard as they want to.

We've been home to thousands of local bands and have rented to pros like David Bowie, B.B. King, Bentmen, Casey Desmond, Moody Blues, James Montgomery, Iggy Pop, Powerman 5000, Letters to Cleo, Andrew Gillis, Orphans of the Strom, Bad Rabbits, White Dynamite, Garvey J.American Hi-Fi, G-Love, Drop Kick Murphy's, Were All Gunna Die, 18 Wheels of Justice, Bang Camero, Pop Tun 40, Toxic Narcotic, Damone, Contraban, Hel toro, Muck and the Myers, Orgy of Noise and so so many more.

Our facilities now feature two digital multi-track recording studios, Barefoot Studios, as well as a cutting-edge digital video production company.

Our new music community in Central Square, Cambridge offers three new recording studios, CD duplication and mastering, and an excellent location.

At the Sound Museum, music comes first. We offer five convenient locations, 24-hour access, security surveillance, parking, T-access, Fully equipted sprinkler system, and we will not be undersold within Boston city limits.

Play as loud as you want. Play at the Sound Museum.

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podcasts from our offical radio station WEMFRadio.com