Private Studio Goes Public

Scott Frankfurt Studio, a formerly private facility in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles, is now open to the public.
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Woodland Hills, CA (August 15, 2012)-Scott Frankfurt Studio, a formerly private facility in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles, is now open to the public.

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Established by producer and engineer Scott Frankfurt, the studio is 20 minutes from Hollywood and offers a relaxed recording setup. A custom Pro Tools|HD-based recording system offers a hybrid analog and digital system.

The large control room offers multiple monitor choices and a standard patchbay with a variety of analog outboard equipment. The isolation room affords a singer, a guitarist, or a drummer room to make music while avoiding outside noise and interruptions. The studio was designed by Greg Thompson and built by Ron Balmer and Frank LaTouf, who constructed Westlake Recording Studios and the Record Plant, among many others. George Augsperger acoustically tuned the finished rooms.

Frankfurt says, "I'm passionate about music and the art of producing it. We work with clients from cutting-edge indie bands to some of the biggest names in the business. We're all about offering creative support to recording artists. My wife Sharon and I are here to make the experience memorable and relaxed, while making sure the musical outcome is extraordinary."

Already, the new studio is attracting praise from clients such as David Hentschel (George Harrison, Genesis, Elton John, P.O.D., Missy Elliot, LL Cool J), Sergio Mendes, bass player and musician Abraham Laboriel, Sr., and Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer Christopher Cross.

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