project details

Client
Pressure Point Recording Studios

Architect
Krueck & Sexton Architects

Theatre Consultant
Schuler Shook

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Pressure Point Recording Studio

Pressure Point Studios didn't want a studio that sounded or looked like everyone else's. They believe in rooms that allow musicians to play live and sound good in the room – not just through the headphones. Features include natural light in the tracking rooms; an adjustable wall of reflection, absorption, and diffusion; a diffusive mosaic wall in the live room; Asian silk absorption; and a control room optimized for stereo and surround sound within an improbably narrow site.