At 150m2 (1600 sq.ft.), it is the ideal recording space for small orchestras, scoring ensembles, big bands, killer drums, video shoots, even hosting small concerts and webcasts.
Because the acclaimed acoustics have always had a strong attraction for both local and international musicians, her history reads like a musical “Who’s Who” of the last four decades. More than once, at the end of a long but productive session, we’ve heard the remark: “Wow, it feels like there’s music in these walls.” But what to do with such a legacy when facing a massive re-building process? As the old saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” We did add two windows to catch some daylight, a rigging frame for lights & mics, and two isolation booths – suitable for drums or vocals, for example. Otherwise, the room is exactly the way it has been since 1978. Same great sound, same great atmosphere… However, the rest has been given a firm slingshot into the future.
In this live room, next to the main space you will find 2 great sounding booth or 4m2 all reconnected for recording and monitoring.
Our Steinway D has a wonderful sound. This instrument has been totally revised in 2015 and has a perfect combination between a full a rich tone but with a great articulation and definition.
The Live Room and the Control Room have a broad visual contact through a 3m long window.
The studio has a lighting grid of 800×514 cm that can support up to 150kilos weight. The grid has 4 pre-installed power breakoutboxes, each breakoutbox has 8 power seperated connections on Schuko-connectors. The connection in the loading dock is Harting 48 pin (pinconfiguration 1-2, NOT 1-9)