Legacy Studio A509 Closes, 48th Street Still Strong

January 2009
Mix;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p16
The article reports on the closure of the Legacy Recording's Studio A509 in New York City on November 21, 2008. The facility, which has hosted a long list of orchestral, film score and Broadway cast recordings since 2001, is said to be the latest victim of the financial reversals in music recording industry. However, Legacy has announced that it will retain its key staff members and move them to their studios on 48th Street, which is being renovated.


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