The recording room has space enough for a large band with drums to record together live off-the-floor. There are 3 isolation rooms attached to the live room, which are useful for isolating amplifiers—if someone makes a mistake this makes fix-ups a lot easier, and generally makes for a bigger, cleaner sounding recording. Running multiple headphone mixes is easy, and I can easily run a click-track to headphones if desired. Glass-brick windows allow some natural lighting, and an overhead antique chandelier and wall fixtures allow flexible lighting to help set a comfortable backdrop for your recording. Heating and air-conditioning is done through quiet felt-lined ducts, which are much quieter than a standard furnace duct, and allow climate control to be on without affecting your recording.
The Control Room
The Control room, where all the recording and mixing equipment is located, is comfortable and fairly spacious, with a skylight to provide natural daylight.
Control Room: about 14' x 22'
Live Room: about 16' x 22'
Isolation Rm. #1: about 3.5' x 3.5'
Isolation Rm. #2: about 4.5' x 3.5'
Isolation Rm. #3: about 6.5' x 5'
The rooms are all somewhat irregular in shape—there are no parallel walls.