In 2009, Nomen Est Omen has set up a home studio and went to the stage of self recording. From January to March 2010 records for the album Past Time With Good Company were made, concentrating on wind instruments (to which were added guitar and percussion) and postprocessing was done until August, at which time the album was released in the Medieval Festival Transylvanian Citadels of Sibiu. The version putted into circulation was not the final one, but an intermediate unmastered by professionals. Nomen studio kit consists of devices dedicated to recording, but sound engineering involves a different specialization than that of singing. Past Time With Good Company 2010 is for now a calibrated and panoramic version of an album that will see a significantly better technically edit in the future.