Weiss, David
May 2008
Mix;May2008, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p18
The article reports on the closure of Allaire Studios in New York. Studio manager Mark McKenna explains that the studio has been specifically targeted to the music business as well as the problem of producer-and-artist home studios and failing retail. He commented that the closure was particularly puzzling because the studio has recently invested considerable time and installs one of the most famous consoles called "Air Montserrat" desk.


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