Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Vault Recording, is home to the Neve 8058 Console, that once belonged to George Harrison. The Vault Recording is also the current home to the London Bridge Studios, Studer A800 MKIII, that was used to record such legendary artists as, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Mother Love Bone, Candlebox, Blind Melon, Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, Melissa Etheridge, Zakk Wylde, and many others. The Studer was given to Dave, by original London Bridge Studios owner, Raj Parashar, in memory of the legendary music that his brother, Producer Rick Parashar, and Dave created, on this beautiful piece of analog history.
Located just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Tonic Recording Studios is home to the Region's only API 2448 Recording Console. The studio was originally designed for country music legend George Jones. Architects completed their drawings in 1983, construction was completed in 1986, and the studio opened and operated under the name Alpha Star, from 1987-1991. In 1996, the current owners moved their SoundScape Studios into the building and in January 2015, the studio was rebranded as Tonic Recording Studios. With over 25 years of recording history, Tonic Recording Studios has a long and impressive list of national and international recording artists.
Founded by brothers Rick and Raj Parashar in 1985, London Bridge Studios quickly cemented itself as the center of the "Grunge" music scene. Influential bands of that era such as Mother Love Bone, Temple of the Dog, Alice in Chains, Soungarden, and Pearl Jam, launched the studio into international notoriety. London Bridge Studios, which is currently owned by Eric Lilavois, Johnathan Plum, and Geoff Ott, continues to be a creative mecca for artists of all genres,.
The Sanctuary at Mr Smalls, Pittsburgh - Studer A800 Mark III
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