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Developing Dream Asylum’s Duality

By Strother Bullins. Prolific pop and hip-hop craftspeople Nate ‘Danja’ Hills and Marcella Araica had long dreamed of a unique production space in the Miami music community. Now, working with studio design team Walter-Storyk Design Group, they’ve created it...

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DaCapo Music Studios Get Artist-Friendly

By Strother Bullins. Since 2006, Jonell Polansky has owned and operated DaCapo Music Studios. The California transplant’s bustling, west-Nashville music production facility is balanced on her experience as a musician and her background as both an EE and an...

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Bridging Creativity And Control

by Strother Bullins. In 2009, audio engineer and educator Owen Curtin gathered a team of former students and colleagues to relaunch Cambridge MA’s Fort Apache South— a classic recording facility in the greater Boston area—as the Bridge Sound &...

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Berklee’s Massive Mass. Ave Project

by Kelleigh Welch. When it comes to designing a new building in the heart of Boston, fitting everything you need into a small footprint can be a challenge. That was the case for Berklee College of Music and Walters-Storyk...

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From Missouri to Ohio, via California

The talents of Jim Wirt give him perspective on nearly every angle of the music recording business—musician, artist, writer, performer, engineer, producer and record company owner—and his career path translates his unique vibe of rock and roll authenticity with...

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Spicing The Mix In Philly

PHILADELPHIA, PA—At age 13, he started building computers; at 16, he began designing speakers and established a business custom-configuring PCs; and by age 20, he was restoring vintage analog mixing consoles and other studio equipment.

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CLA Goes Barefoot

Chris Lord-Alge has installed Barefoot Sound MicroMain27 monitors for critical listening at his Mix LA! recording studios. "I need monitors that are non-complimentary," says the music producer and recording/mix engineer. "I need monitors that don't make it sound better,...

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Big Blue Meenie Takes On The World

JERSEY CITY, NJ—With the economy crashing around your ears and studios across the country retrenching, what is a facility owner to do? In the case of Tim Gilles, owner of Big Blue Meenie, the answer may appear counter-intuitive: Expand.

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Comin’ In from The Cold

Joe Mabbott, owner of Minneapolis, Minnesotabased The Hideaway Studio, which opened back in 2004, says that during the mid- 1990s, Minneapolis had more recording studios per capita than anywhere else in the U.S.

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Always Look on the Bright Side

Bright Street Recorders occupies a spot just off Magnolia Boulevard in North Hollywood, California, in a charming area of the San Fernando Valley—a location that founder and co-owner Kenny Woods describes as a “classic, back-lot kind of feel.”

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A Gem In SoHo

Two years ago, in the middle of one of the worst economic environments in recent history, Louis Benedetti began searching for the ideal location for a new recording studio.

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