Housed within the Paris Street Building, our studio is a two-room facility which is used for mixing, production, and tracking of smaller-scale projects. Our control room serves as the technical hub of the recording/production process, and our live room includes an isolated whisperroom booth used for tracking vocals and instruments. For larger projects that require larger multiple rooms, we generally utilize any of the fine studios located throughout Boston. Our goal is to not only provide you with the proper guidance on your communications strategy, but also a quality production the meets your vision.

Studio Equipment

  • DAW: 16 I/O

    Mac Pro 3.5GHz Intel Xeon 6-Core

    Pro Tools HDX

    Pro Tools HD 12

    Logic Pro X

    Adobe Creative Cloud

    Avid

  • Monitoring

    Adam A7x

    Yamaha NS-10

  • Preamps & EQs:

    Avalon Vt-737sp

    Universal Audio LA-610 MKII

    Focusrite ISA Two

  • Processing & FX

    Rupert Neve Designs Portico II MBP

    Empirical Labs EL8X Distressor (x2)

    Waves, Universal Audio, Sound Toys, and Slate Digital Plugins

  • Microphones

    Shure KSM44A

    Electro Voice RE20

    Neumann KM 184 (x2)

    Shure SM7B

    Shure SM57 (x3)

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In 2014, we moved our studio to the Paris Street Studios/Gallery building located in Everett's Triangle neighborhood. At one point an empty and dusty industrial space, the building was transformed and renovated into a space that would bring together artists and musicians, and promote the Arts to the community.

Thanks to the vision and collaboration between Alvin "Acoma" Colon, a visual artist, and Bill Gear, the building owner and local real estate businessman, the Paris Street Studios/Gallery building houses 8 artist spaces and art gallery. Since its doors first opened to the public, the building has been growing in popularity and featured many unique artistic-themed events.We are proud to call the building our home and have been grateful to be a part of the vision. To learn more about Paris Street Studios/Gallery and upcoming events, click here.


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