A studio designed for bands
At roughly 113 m2 (1215 sq. ft.), it’s a more intimate space than Studio1.
We went to great lengths to preserve the age-old acoustic, even lifting the existing structure to build a new foundation underneath it. At roughly 113 m2 (1215 sq. ft.), it’s a more intimate space than Studio1. The flexible architecture features an open drum booth and movable walls which allow the room to be subdivided into three separate spaces, providing good acoustic isolation while allowing all-important eye contact between musicians.
The control room is identical to Studio 1 in terms of the outstanding Jochen Veith acoustics and custom PMC monitoring, but Studio 2 features a custom API Vision mixing desk, originally developed years ago in collaboration with our own Ronald Prent. This fully-discrete analog console allows for simultaneous mixing in both stereo and surround, helping you save time and money. For those looking to go “old school,” a choice of analog tape machines is available for tracking and printing. As in Studio 1, the unique docking “garage” system for outboard gear allows for great flexibility in choices for signal processing. Check out what’s available in our outboard gear inventory, let us know your favorites, and we’ll get you started.
Euphonix system 5 with fully loaded 6-card DSP-core 144 channels @ high sample rates (88,2 kHz & 96 kHz) 288 channels @ low sample rates (44,1 kHz & 48 kHz) Control surface has 32 strips, the center-section has 8 strips Fully configurable to the engineer’s preferences
PMC BB5 XBD for left and right PMC BB5 for center PMC MB2 XBD for for left surround and right surround PMC AML 2 for midfield monitoring Additional nearfield monitors available (NS10, KRK, Quested, ProAcc)
Protools 12.7.1 on a Mac Pro 2 x 2,4 Ghz Quad-Core Intel Xeon 48 Gbyte RAM 2 x 2 TByte internal SATA-storage for audio UAD 2 Satellite Octo + All UAD Plugins 2 x MADI HD I/O providing 128 inputs and outputs on any sample rate
32 analog inputs & 64 analog outputs on Prism ADA8XR. Clocking done by Antelope trinity (both video ref & wordclock) with Axon sync distribution