Located in a quiet area by the Spree and comfortably reachable via public transport, the recording studio, shared with fellow sound engineer Francesco De Dominicis, is a good balance between analog and digital hardware, aiming at taking the best from both worlds. It is divided in 2 areas, a control room and a live room, both acoustically treated to minimise unwanted noises from outside and to optimise the rooms acoustics.
We have recently installed an amazing Audient ASP4816 analog in-line mixing console, some beautiful, military-grade Bittree studio patch-bays and other esoteric professional cabling/stage boxes from Mogami, custom made for us at Pro Audio L.A. All the gear, and the mixer, is now housed inside a super ergonomic black desk from BusoAudio and in a rolling rack underneath.
Thanks to these enhancements, we can now acquire up to 32 audio channels using all-analog paths from both the desk and our external preamps (Universal Audio, Solid State Logic and Focusrite) through state-of-the-art converters, and mix up to 64 analog channels (using desk, outboard eq, processing, and the Neve 8816), infinite tracks in the digital domain, or choose an hybrid approach. All this flexibility means that we are able to offer different options and workflows, depending on one’s needs, sound preferences, timing and budget.
Moreover, we can rely upon a network of other studios and are also equipped to offer location recordings in churches, auditorium or private places.