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Mojo Music






All roads lead to Mojo!

"Big sound in a small town."

- NH Talent Agency

"Recording Heaven in Easton."

- Jam Music Magazine 

Passion, experience, and the love of good music make our mixes what they are.


Bringing life to songs since 1997.


Whether you are releasing your music online, CD, cassette, or vinyl, Mojo's mastering process is custom to each client's sound and needs. We create the best possible master for all distribution platforms. 


Mojo Music Studio was established in 1997, in Easton, NH, with a dream and a 4-Track Tape Recorder. As one of New Hampshire's oldest music studios, we have recorded hundreds of bands for over 20 years from all over the world, including Billboard Top 40 Artists with #1 Hit Songs on iTunes and Spotify. Hidden in the woods with a vibe that can only be experienced not explained, Mojo Music Studio has developed a truly unique hybrid recording process using vintage gear along with today's best technology. Everything you need is right at your fingertips. 

The Studio features four acoustically designed recording rooms, a private artist's lounge, more than 10,000 vinyl records, piles of drums, guitars, basses, keyboards, and more. Featuring the states first Augspurger Monitor System.


Custom Phillips Lighting creates the perfect color and lighting environment for tracking, recording, and video shoots.

A brand new Haier Air Filtration HVAC Sytem was installed in 2021 to ensure your safety and comfort while you're here recording your next album. 

Mojo Music News


Augspurger® kits out Mojo Music Studio with “dream” monitors; New Hampshire’s oldest working recording studio


NH Chronicle: Cool vibes at MoJo Recording Studio

P.O. Box 536

Franconia, NH  03580

Tel: 603-348-5249

Our studio is open 7 days a week:


Monday - Friday 8am - 11pm

Saturday - 10am - 11pm

Sunday - 12pm - 11pm


Ready to book a session? 


Call us at

(603) 348-5249 - Anthony

(603) 348-2036 - Joe

or fill out the contact form and we’ll get you rolling

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