January 19th, 2015 by David Weiss
The Bunker Studio in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn has never been one to hunker down.
From the launch of its 3,000 foot space in 2012, to its swap from an Auditronics 501 console to a small frame SSL 4000 the following year, “evolve or die” seems to be the facility’s driving Read more...
May 19th, 2013 by David Weiss
Waaay back in the ‘80’s, the Fixx famously proclaimed “one thing leads to another.” And before that, the 17th Century philosopher Spinoza could have told you the same thing.
The journey begins — John Davis helps to unload the newly arrived SSL 4000.
Undoubtedly, the founders of one of Brooklyn’s Read more...
November 12th, 2012 by David Weiss
Ready to get together?
(l-r) Join Scott Hull, Aaron Nevezie, and John Davis this Thursday for a free event at City College.
NYC mastering house Masterdisk is co-sponsoring a compelling – and free — event at the Sonic Arts Center at City College this Thursday, November 15th, at 7:30 PM: Read more...
October 11th, 2012 by Justin Colletti
In this 9th edition of the Brooklyn Studio Tour, we return to the Northside to visit the quintessential Brooklyn tracking and mixing room: Studio G . We also visit a pair of its most successful offshoots and a synth-head’s paradise near Kent Ave.
Studio G of Williamsburg is Read more...
September 19th, 2012 by Janice Brown
GREATER NYC AREA: For recording studios, this past summer had its typical ups and downs. But heading into Fall, bands like The Killers, The Vaccines and OneRepublic as well as artists like Tony Bennett, Kurt Vile, Sean Lennon, Rufus Wainright and more had been in NYC-area studios cranking on Read more...