This is the control room of Studio Echo. It is a basement studio located in a foreign land. And it has an SSL 4040G console with Pro Tools HD3.
The Castle is a recording studio in New York’s Mohawk Valley. The building was originally constructed in 1926 for the Church of the Nazarene. Jeff Avalier began the work of establishing a recording studio at this site in 1999.
Circo Beat, located in Buenos Aires, is the personal studio of Fito Paez.
Another high-end home studio.
Hal Winer decided to augment his house with a 1,700 square foot recording space called BiCoastal Music.
Stunning design. Nice space to have in your home.
Macworld 2006 is taking place this week at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Mac pilgrims from around the world will gather to hear from Steve Jobs.One of the highlights is the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus.
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit, mobile recording studio. The bus provides free hands-on programs to high schools, colleges, conventions and community organizations.
The bus contains a pretty impressive equipment list which includes 2 PowerMac G5s, 8 Powerbook G4s, a complete Pro Tools HD2/Accel rig and a pretty robust collection of analog and digital recording tools.
Lots of rumours flying around about what new products Steve Jobs will be announcing at his keynote tomorrow. And, if the keynote gets boring, the conference attendees can always go out to the bus and lay down a few tracks.
When I tell people that I have a recording studio in my home they generally think of something like this setup below.
I have something much nicer of course. But I think of having something different one day. Perhaps like this.
Walt Disney’s philosophy: dream, believe, dare, and do.