Studio Unknown Announces Move to New Space in Maryland

Nov 17, 2010 5:33 PM

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Studio Unknown owner/engineer Kevin Hill and creative director Lisa Horan

Studio Unknown in Baltimore—a full-service audio post-production facility and recording studio—announces a move into a new space in Catonsville, Md., approximately 12 miles south of its current location in Baltimore. The studio says that its new space will feature state-of-the-art mixing rooms, tracking rooms and voice-over booths, as well as larger, more guest-friendly offices and common areas.

"Our home at 4226 Amos Avenue was a great place for us over the past six years, but we're growing, expanding our services, and we need a space that will best accommodate this growth," writes the Studio Unknown team. "The new facility is just off of 695, near 95, on Frederick Road. [It's] in a great neighborhood with plenty of restaurants, stores, and other businesses that are all within walking distance. These new features will enable us to provide our clients with the best possible audio experience while in a comfortable environment."

Additionally, Studio Unknown is looking to better accommodate its newest venture, PopMark Media, which it offers as a "one-stop shop for filmmakers, advertising agencies, recording artists and bands, as well as multiple businesses. The company takes all of the audio post-production services Studio Unknown is famous for, adds in music production, songwriting, and song-search services, and tops it off with promotion and new media services."

For more information, visit www.studiounknown.com.

Read Studio Unknown's online series of articles for mid-level studio owners, "Confessions of a Small Working Studio," at mixonline.com.






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