Building our studio has turned out to be one of the most painstaking tasks my partner or I have ever taken on. It’s one thing when you walk into an empty space with four walls asking to put up some dividers and a carpet like most commercial spaces. It’s a whole different ball game when it’s a recording studio. No one wants to touch the project: not Realtors, not landlords, and certainly not builders or electricians. There’s too many angles, too many layers, too much wiring.  Luckily, we’ve had the pleasure to work with Berklee’s own Stephen Webber, who has built recording studios all over the US. He designed the floor plan and has been our acoustical guide since the early stages of the studio’s development, making the task a little less daunting for all involved.

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