It’s part of the cycle of life that things have a life and then move on. So it happens with studios, many of which we have come to enjoy working in. With the recent closing of BiCoastal Music I find myself reflecting.
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Adventurous. That’s the way to describe BiCoastal Music, the world-class studio in Ossining, NY that closed this week.
Built by the exacting engineer/producer Hal Winer, BiCoastal was a pioneering resource for the just-upstate area, and the musical world beyond. Debuting in 2004, it got Read more...