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Recording studios have personalities as varied as the artists who record in them. This unique book takes you on a tours eighteen one-of-a-kind recording studios, from multi-million dollar facilities spread across acres of land to smaller esoteric studios in cities. They are in converted barns, firehouses, railroad stations, churches, and sawmills; and on an island in a lake and the Navy yard in Brooklyn. Written in interview form, author Jeff Touzeau manages to capture the personalities of the studios and the passions of the people behind them. Gain a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the fascinating recording industry.
About the Author
Jeff Touzeau is a recording engineer, acoustic architect, singer/songwriter, and owner of Hummingbird Sound in Westchester, New York. His work has appeared in EQ Magazine. He released an independent debut CD entitled "Going to Cape May."