July 7th, 2014 by Eleanor Goldfield
When you see the large, open space of the workshop, the quaint coziness of the demo room and the impressive construct of the studio control and live room, it’s hard to imagine just two guys sitting in their apartments making cables to sell on Craigslist and eBay.
Yet, that’s exactly Read more...
April 13th, 2014 by Eleanor Goldfield
A beautifully renovated, 10,000 sq. foot studio space in the hip NOHO Arts District of North Hollywood seems perfectly placed. With three beautiful, state-of-the-art studios and five smaller production rooms, it feels like the ideal addition to a creative, up-and-coming area of LA.
But it came dramatically close to never Read more...
January 26th, 2014 by Eleanor Goldfield
It feels like home.
Bougainvillea climbs over the green metal gate, encircling bright blue lounge chairs and a wrought iron table set, picturesque, against the brick patio.
Entering Bell Sound
The doors are heavy and elegant. Someone always rings the buzzer, but the door at Bell Sound Studios is always Read more...
December 11th, 2013 by Eleanor Goldfield
“I needed to come up with something. There’s so much gear out there now. It’s like… what, another EQ? Another compressor?”
“[But] there is nothing out there that does what the Pepper does,” Jonathan Little says, motioning towards a pile of Pepper prototypes on his work-bench.
Here we are at Read more...
November 12th, 2013 by Eleanor Goldfield
THE VALLEY: Fonogenic Studios sits almost directly off of the 405, down Haskell just past where apartments and gas stations fade into warehouses and corporate parks. The studio itself is tucked away behind the Orly cosmetics buildings, like the rebel kid at the back of the class scribbling band Read more...