Facility Design Profiles

Profiles:
Mix checks out today's hottest designers and coolest rooms.

Mix Interview: Dr. Peter D'Antonio

Jun 1, 2012, By Bob Hodas

Dr. Peter D’Antonio’s devotion to acoustics is driven by his love for music. As a bass player and singer (he still gigs today), he brings an understanding of how music should sound into his designs. As a scientist (with a Ph.D. from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn), he brings an expanding search for knowledge to help create tools that make great sounding spaces. It was the combination of musician and scientist that, in 1974, led him to develop a widely used design for modern recording studios utilizing a temporal reflection free zone and reflection phase grating diffusors. ...

Sony Computer Entertainment America

Mar 1, 2007, By Tom Kenny

It's as if the garage band suddenly stepped out and played the House of Blues. Or the art-house videographer submitted a high-def buddy film to Sundance...

BiCoastal Music

Feb 1, 2007, By David Weiss

The reason Hal Winer named his gorgeous new Ossining, N.Y., recording room BiCoastal Music (www.bicoastalmusic.com) may have to do with the long road...

New Studio

Feb 1, 2007, Compiled by Barbara Schultz

Producer/engineer/songwriter Jimmy Daniel's JDM Mobile company (www.jdmmobile.com) announced the launch of its new digital broadcast/recording facility,...

Recent 5032 Install

Dec 9, 2006

A 19th-century garrison near Austin has been reborn as Blue Rock Studios, a retreat and recording facility for selected producers specializing in Texas folk artists and music for film....

The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at NYU

Dec 1, 2006, By George Petersen

In February of 2003, the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University (www.nyu.edu/tisch/) received a $5 million donation from industry icon Clive...

Rudys Revamp

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Denver-based producer/engineer Mark Obermeyer of Rudys Studio (www.rudysstudio.com) has recently finished a major upgrade to his recording facility, including...

Marvin's Room

Nov 1, 2006, By Tom Kenny

Marvin Gaye loved being in the studio. He loved to write, play, orchestrate, sing, record, direct, produce, jam, party and sometimes just hang with musicians...

A Golden Sunrise

Nov 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Houston-based Sunrise Sound has added The Gold Room to an already extensive suite, which includes the SL Grey Room, Control|24 Green Room, sound effects...

L.A. Grapevine

Nov 1, 2006, By Bud Scoppa

A few months ago, A-list mix engineer Mike Shipley contacted L.A.-based Delta H Design about creating a private studio for him. Mike came to us, recalls...

The Beauty Within

Oct 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Surrounded by magnificent views of rolling hills, sunsets and wildlife, Banquet Studios' (Sebastopol, Calif.; www.banquetstudios.com) new digital recording...

Talking House Productions

Oct 1, 2006, By Tom Kenny

Records are now tracked at a home in Malibu and mixed in a cottage in upstate New York. Scores are prepped on a laptop in Miami, brought to a Czech stage...

Recombinant Media Labs

Oct 1, 2006, By Sarah Jones

We're cultivating methodologies for an A/V institute of experiential engineering, says Recombinant Media Labs (http://recombinantmedia.net/) founder and...

Singer Studio V7

Oct 1, 2006, By Barbara Schultz

Twenty-three years ago, Scott Singer was a recent graduate of San Francisco State University a composer/musician/recordist who was drawn to the place...

Re-Starting From Scratch

Sep 1, 2006, By Heather Johnson

Imagine coming home from work to a house that looks like someone stuck it on rinse. All of your furniture's in a big pile; the pictures of your family,...

St. Louis Studio Grows

Sep 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Jupiter Studios (St. Louis, Mo., www.jupiterstudios.net) has relocated to a newly renovated $600,000, 4,500-square-foot facility at 3323 Locust St., where...

Nashville Studio Reborn

Sep 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Nashville-based producer/engineer Jonell Polansky has expanded her production company, DaCapo Music (www.dacapomusic.com), to include a full-service,...

The Dave Smith Room at Sony Music

Aug 1, 2006, By Gary Eskow

[Room 309 at Sony Music Studios, one of the best-kept secrets in Manhattan, will soon be renamed to honor Dave Smith, the man who was instrumental in...

R!OT Atlanta

Aug 1, 2006, By Barbara Schultz

In June, Mix's Class of 2006 design feature announced the expansion of this month's cover studio, R!OT Atlanta. Serving the booming Atlanta TV advertising...

Sound Lounge Grows

Aug 1, 2006, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Sound Lounge's second location, Sound Lounge Hudson (SoHo, www.soundlounge.com), features two 5.1 mixing suites and will serve as home base for the New...

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