Mix Magazine Featured Studios
This image is featured in Mix Class of 2016. drBill's Mindseye is set in the high-country of northern Arizona. Tv/Film composition-inspired setting...not a bad place to work huh!
The final piece now installed....custom acoustical "shutters" in the rear alcove work with the glass and the polyfusor from GIK.
Make Believe's tracking room was featured in Mix Class of 2016. Again, this room is designed by Rod Gervais, but we were honored to do the lighting design.
Espen Lind is worth looking up in Wikipedia should you not be familiar with his work...you've heard it though! I personally love this shot...it's got a dog...who would not love that in the studio
Espen wrote the world #1 song Hey Soul Sister for Train. ASC attack Wall, SSL WAS and Gauzaki-Swist Monitors.
Form and function. This image really tells that story from the all-in-one studio experience (writing, recording, and mix)
The rear of the room as a booth that is only ~140sf of floor area, but has a 14' ceiling with a couple space chamber to create a secondary slope of decay and a large space feel.
Baoli Studios in Port Au Prince, Haiti is featured in Mix Class of 2013. The whole front wall is a custom tuned membrane trap.
More from Mix Class of 2013 Baoli Studios in Haiti
The previous image and this show use of the RGB controlled and soffit placed downlights. All lights on dimmers and no noise.
The entry end of the tracking room displays a mosiac absorption wall with built-in Primacoustic FlexiFusors. Note how the HdAcoustics custom poly diffusors wrap the vertical walls and ceiling!!
A main design feature of Grassy Knoll is the multi-layered LED lighting system the total electrical draw with all lights fullout...2.5A. WOW
The control room started with a variation of famed Little Mountain Sound. HdAcoustics came in with acoustical revisions and modifications
Featured in Class of 2011. Mix Magazine selected this image that shows purposed design that brings out the space's possibilities.
Stonewall Studio's Control room. This is a crafty Non-Environment control room.
Blue Sky Monitors and custom tech furniture in front of the ledgestone front wall of the CR.