Boston, MA (October 29, 2013)—As part of the new $100 million, 16-story, mixed-use building at the Berklee College of Music, Walters-Storyk Design Group built eight studios and a live room able to handle a 50-piece orchestra.
“The complex encompasses technical suites, classrooms, practice, ensemble and community rooms, a film dubbing theater and, a unique, three-story 4,000-square-foot, 400-seat, dual-purpose, auditorium/dining hall, explained WSDG Partner Sergio Molho. “Designed by award-winning architects William Rawn Associates, the building will also serve as a residence for the entire 370-member freshman class.”
One of the largest educational studio facilities built in the U.S. this year, the 18,000 square foot recording/education complex at 160 Mass. offers students a massive battery of production, post-production and recording technology.
Each of the four Production Control Suites is equipped with Genelec 8050A Speakers, MOTU MIDI Express 128, TC Electronics 6000 Remote CPUs, Ephonix MC Control, Akai MPK-61, Crown D75 Cu Amplifiers and a comprehensive collection of outboard gear and software programs.
Tech Lab features include: Edirol UM-ONE, Euphonix MC Mix, Dangerous Music ST/ST Dynaudio AIR 15.
The Central Machine Room incorporates a Dub Stage Digital Console Computer DF66; a Dub Stage Analog I/O AM713/MA703 console; a Dub Stage Console Sonic Wall Router and a host of high-end technology.
The Mastering/Critical Listening Lab is outfitted with Euphonix MC Control, ATC SMC 150 ASL, Lipinski 707 Speakers, JL Audio Subwoofer F113 and Manley Mastering Backbone.
Walters-Storyk Design Group
Berklee College of Music