Clinton Recording’s Studio A
New York, NY (May 18, 2010)–Manhattan’s Clinton Recording Studios has announced that it will cease operations at its current location.
June 30 will mark the last day of operations for Clinton Recording Studios at the building on 653 Tenth Avenue that has been its home since its doors opened in December, 1983. “This building has housed a very successful and magical experience for us all,” says Ed Rak, president of Clinton.
It has also been a very personal experience for Rak, who oversaw the design and construction of Clinton with a vision of creating New York’s premiere recording facility. Rak, who is now focused on other opportunities that include exploring alternative New York City locations, has sold the building.
As a result, Clinton Recording Studios will no longer accept bookings for after June 15, 2010.
“Our intention is to continue operations at a new location in the near future, and we look forward to maintaining all of our valued relationships,” says Rak. “We will help make arrangements to accommodate our clients during this time of transition. We have enjoyed making history in recording, and we wish to continue providing the best recording solutions going forward.”
Clinton Recording Studios has an impressive 27-year history working with many top artists, including Frank Sinatra, Steely Dan, Bob Dylan, Sting, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, and many others.
New developments will be announced in the near future, according to the announcement.
Clinton Recording Studios