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Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by sosayu2, Jun 1, 2003.

  1. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    hello all,
    i'm new to this site but looks good so far. anyways, i'm a recording engineer and have been for over 20 years. have just purchased my first studio in midtown manhattan :) it's a nice 24 track analog room with a good amount of vintage gear, have also added in a protools hd II system. just trying to get the word out.
    it's:: studio 900
    900 broadway suite 905
    new york, n.y. 10003
    212-529-3285

    we do all kinds of music except rap ( personal preference) please help spread the word.

    thanks
    frank
     
  2. RecorderMan

    RecorderMan Distinguished Member

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    The best of luck to you and your new studio.
     
  3. sdevino

    sdevino Active Member

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    Welcome!
     
  4. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    thank you for the welcome. finally a chat site for engineers.... you don't know how long i've searched for one. i just put in a protools HD II system, now i guess i should learn how to use it....lol. i'm an old analog hound and will never give it up but i do feel that used properly they can indeed compliment each other. i have 12 channels of 1066's for front end and a pretty clean analog board so i should be ok. hey it's not the tools it's the carpenter.... right?
     
  5. Davedog

    Davedog Distinguished Member

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    Location:
    Pacific NW
    never take you eye off the nail while using a hammer....................
    Welcome and good luck..
     
  6. sign

    sign Guest

    Welcome to the show! :)

    Look here too: http://www.studiocovers.com/articles.htm

    Peace, Han
     
  7. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    just started putting the website up.... let me know what you think...

    http://www.studio900nyc.com
     
  8. Sen

    Sen Guest

    yeah...and try this too....maybe not so active (probably coz the participants are too busy making hits) :) http://www.artistpro.com , but still a great forum

    good luck with the studio...your link to the new page didn't work..sorry
     
  9. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    have some stuff on the website now.... let me know if it works :)
    http://www.studio900nyc.com
     
  10. Rod Gervais

    Rod Gervais Active Member

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    Location:
    Central Village, CT
    welcome - and the link worked for me - maybe Bill G. is just having a bad day today......

    Congrats on your new endevor

    Rod
     
  11. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    thank you rod. tried logging in to some of those other groups and had some difficulty. will keep trying though. site is up and running although still under construction. have gotten much done in the past few days.
     
  12. Jerry W

    Jerry W Guest

    Hello to you. This is my first post on this site. I am a cmposer, keyboardist, producer and engineer-in-training and, I am also an attorney. My office is not located all that far from your stuio. I am at 277 Broadway. We have two entities there: Monaco Entertainment and Jerrold Weinstein & Associates, P.C.

    Monaco has a web site under construction:

    Monaco-Music.Com

    I am currently working on a project with a well known jazz saxophonist whose name I would rather not mention at the time. Nevertheless, I have been looking at studios since, if all goes well, we may need to do some additional tracks. The main necessity - a geat piano.

    Anyway, as a point of interest to a new studio owner, last week I was at the "official" grand opening of Harmolodic Studio. This is the studio owned by Ornette Coleman. Mr. Coleman was there as was Stanley Crouch, Phillip Shap, CBS news anchor Robin (?), and many from the Harlem Chamber of Commerce. They are billing the studio as a "World Class Facility" which is now being run in partnership with the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone" Their goal is to attract some of the big name stars frm midtown to uptown.

    Now, for the point of this little diatribe. I am at a loss to understand how a studio can bill itself as "World Class" (particularly one with the obivious geographical and proprietary connection to jazz music) when that studio does not have a piano. I found this to be disturbingly odd and shortsighted of those looking for the big bucks clients.

    What do you think?
     
  13. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    i really don't have an answer....lol. world class studio has a definition all it's own. but i do have a great piano. give me a call, come by and check it out, you won't be disappointed.
     
  14. sosayu2

    sosayu2 Guest

    hey guys, please let me know if the website is working now..... thanks
     

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