Studio Profile

Gallagher, Matt
November 2010
Mix;Nov2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p36
The article discusses the construction of the Megasonic Sound full-service sound recording studio owned by producer/engineer Jeremy Goody in Oakland, California. Goody had worked with studio designer Chris Pelonis in transforming a single-story office building into his high-quality studio by employing a hybrid construction approach with lower cost for construction. Moreover, Goody and Pelonis had integrated the prefabricated modular systems into the geometrical architecture.


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