Mix Magazine has announced their Class of 2015, which features 18 of the hottest new studios, and we're extremely proud to say three of our clients are featured in the story. Congratulations to The Parlor Recording Studio, Jusaka Media Group and SAE Institute Los Angeles, for being deemed "the world's coolest new studios" and allowing us to help create these beautiful spaces. The Parlor Recording Studio - New Orleans, LA Working with our very own Jeff Leibovich, Matt Grondin developed an extremely beautiful studio in New Orleans centered around a Neve console refurbished by the Vintage King Tech Shop. Hidden neatly below a historic warehouse, The Parlor Recording Studio features as much impressive woodwork as it does amazing equipment, including Pro Tools HDX, a CLASP System and Ampex tape machines.
Jukasa Media Group - Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada As one of the most impressive post-production studios in the world, the Jusaka Media Group's space in Canada is outfitted with everything needed for working on film mixes. The studio features an incredible surround system with 36 speakers and seven subwoofers, in addition to five Pro Tools systems that are controlled via an Avid S6 control surface.
SAE Institute - Los Angeles, California As chronicled in our recent video about the SAE Institute Chicago location, we've also been working with the school's Los Angeles-based location. Vintage King has helped to build out SAE's new campus in the historic Kodak building, outfitting it with consoles from Solid State Logic, Neve, Toft and Avid and monitors from Genelec, Dynaudio, ADAM and Mackie.