Pasadena, CA (June 13, 2005)–Firehouse Recording Studios threw a party for clients and friends in the advertising and music recording worlds to celebrate three years of operation. Constructed in the livery of Pasadena’s 1889 firehouse, the three-room complex caters to the film, recording, commercial and television industries.
Disc Marketing CEO Tena Clark (seated, left) celebrates with Marianne Goode, VP Music, Lifetime Television (seated right), guests and staff members in Studio A at Firehouse Recording Studios.
Firehouse is part of Disc Marketing, a multifunctional production entity founded in 1997 by gold and platinum award-winning composer, producer and company CEO, Tena Clark. The vast majority of the multi-million dollar company’s work is devoted to the creation of exclusive audio, visual and interactive content–delivered via Enhanced CDs–for major clients such as Toyota, Target, General Mills, Betty Crocker and the U.S. Army. Disc Marketing assets also include Five Alarm Music, DMI Entertainment Programming, DMI Records, Disc Marketing Special Products and DM Publishing.
Clark and her staff were on hand to offer guests a tour of the all-digital production facilities. Studio A features a Digidesign ICON with a Meyer X-1/UPA 7.1-channel monitoring array and a host of outboard Neve and API modules, with a large tracking area and two iso rooms. Studios B and C are 5.1-channel Pro Tools-equipped production rooms. Acoustic design throughout was by Studio 440 with technical design and installation by Paul J. Cox Studio Systems.
In addition to its corporate clientele, Firehouse Recording has seen an impressive list of recording industry names pass through its doors, including Gerald Albright, Patti Austin, Phillip Bailey, Wayne Brady, Brian Bromberg, Larry Carlton, Chick Corea, Nathan East, Dave Grusin, Herbie Hancock, Bob James, Harvey Mason and Dionne Warwick.
Firehouse Recording Studios