Weiss, David
September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p24
The article offers information on the Spin Version 1, a live recording room from Spin Recording Studios in New York City. It notes that the live room has a staggered ceiling, well-controlled acoustics and a Bearsville Yamaha C6 grand piano. It cites that it attracted producers such as Josh Wilbur and Terence Dover. According to owner Peter Benjamin, the facility has a lounge and a vocal booth and that what is most compelling is the camaraderie built in the producer-friendly suite.


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