Weiss, David
March 2008
Mix;Mar2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p121
The article focuses on the recording studio Allaire Studios based in Shokan, New York. It discusses the facilities found inside the recording studio, as well as the procurement of the place. It also mentions the clients who occupied the studio including Branford Marsalis, their first client, and the sonic and fiscal improvements that they have been doing.


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