February 23rd, 2016 by David Weiss
“Ch-ch-Changes/Look out you Rock’n’ rollers.” – David Bowie, “Changes”
As it so often does, change is once again reshaping the New York City recording landscape.
The latest modification to NYC is of the unwelcome variety: The Magic Shop is closing. The SoHo recording studio that opened in 1988 will officially Read more...
December 31st, 2013 by David Weiss
2013 was definitely NOT business as usual.
In NYC, LA, Nashville and beyond, it seemed like audio was growing in every direction this year. Whether you’re looking at recording or audio post facilities, music licensing, online startups, and more, the clear theme for 2013 was expansion – not contraction. Some Read more...
October 1st, 2013 by Rick Slater
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.
The live room at the now-shuttered BiCoastal Music. Read more...
April 18th, 2012 by David Weiss
Skyline Recording Studios, the world-class NYC facility that operated for many years at 36 West 37th Street, has closed.
Skyline Recording Studios, an NYC recording landmark, has closed. The space will be the new home of Chung King Studios.
The studio, which was owned and operated by drummer Jonathan Mover, Read more...
December 29th, 2010 by David Weiss
THE FIVE BOROUGHS: 2010 has been busy all right. For anyone involved in New York City’s expansive business of music – producer, publisher, entrepreneur, engineer, artist, and many more – the environment remains fast-paced, ultra-competitive and constantly changing.
Northern Lights’ WSDG-designed 5.1 audio mix suite
With 2011 looming, SonicScoop looked Read more...