S.F. Spotlight

Johnson, Heather
October 2008
Mix;Oct2008, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p28
The article focuses on the renovation of 1340 Mission St. recording industry building in San Francisco, California. It notes the collaborative effort of Matt Boudreau, Michael Romanowski, Paul Stubblebine and Michael Winger to restore the 1969 made studio. It also notes that the quartet aims to provide a vibrant and classic recording space for the musicians.


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