John Sawoski’s state-of-the-art, Covid-19 compliant studio was designed by architect Douglas Humphries of DadaDesign, and constructed and finished February 12, 2003. It includes a large rehearsal/live room, vocal/isolation room, a Yamaha G2 acoustic piano, multi-track digital audio recording systems with networked Windows and Mac computers (running ProTools, Logic, Digital Performer, Cakewalk, Finale, Sibelius, and even an old Mac running StudioVision Pro), Universal Audio Apollo interfaces, Panasonic SV-3700 DAT deck, extensive virtual instrument libraries, including most Eastwest/Quantum Leap Sound Libraries, Roland RD-800 and RD-700GX Stage Pianos, Tannoy PBM-08 Studio Monitors, Sound Ideas Sound Effects Library, AKG C414 and Mojave Audio MA-300 mics, and more.

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