December 2005
Mix;Dec2005, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p132
The article reports on the extension of School of Rock Recording Studio building in Staten Island. Mike Grande, owner of the School of Rock Recording Studio, expanded the operation when his students became interested in learning to record their own music. The school features additional courses including production and engineering, and enough supply of instruments and guitar amps.


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