Miami Beach, FL (June 12, 2008)–The Setai, a luxury hotel and residence, has announced the opening of the Setai Recording Studio, a digital and analog recording facility created by Kravitz Design Inc.
The Setai Recording Studio is located in a two-floor penthouse suite in the Setai with ocean views and private outdoor patio. The studio reflects the serene Asian tone that defines the Setai with a modern flair and features cast bronze, textured slate, and rich teak woods.
“In building the Setai Recording Studio, we brought everything we’ve learned throughout our careers in performing and recording to create an environment that supports and encourages the making of music” said Lenny Kravitz, President, Kravitz Design Inc.
“The opening of The Setai Recording Studio exemplifies our dedication to serving music professionals,” adds Hansjoerg Meier, general manager at the Setai. “With this latest addition, we look forward to the Setai’s continued success as a top destination for members of the entertainment industry.”
The 2,500 square-foot studio is outfitted with a Solid State Logic C200 console and ATC monitors. The recording facility is comprised of two live rooms, a vocal booth, control room, lounge and conference room and aims to accommodate the diverse needs of the film, recording and entertainment industries. The studio also offers 5.1-channel audio and can be utilized for film and video shoots. Initial clients include Timbaland, Chris Cornell, Mary J Blige, Jay Z and Cat Power.
Kravitz chose industry veteran Matt Knobel (Lenny Kravitz, Ricky Martin) to serve as the studio director and chief engineer. Knobel has credits on more than 60 albums, numerous commercial, film and television specials, and a background in live touring and building of studios and production suites.
Kravitz Design Inc.