This week I have officially moved into a production suite at Broken Radio Studios. Formerly known as Coast Recorders, Toast Recorders and Mercury Records, the studio was originally built by Bill Putnam in 1969, one of the original gurus of audio design and engineering. The facility houses the largest tracking room in San Francisco.
My production room will be used for mixing, editing, overdubs (vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitars, the occasional electric guitar) and composition mostly, while the downstairs’ main room will be used for the heavy lifting sort of recording (drums, live band tracking, loud guitars, string sections, marching bands, etc). It’s a very comfortable cozy space and I’m really looking forward to working on my next few projects (more on those later).