Recording

BiCoastal Opens in New York

Recording facility BiCoastal Music (www.bicoastalmusic.com) picked the first sunny day in a string of rainy ones to have its coming-out party. Founded 8/01/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

Studio designer Russ Berger (left) and BiCoastal Music founder Hal Winer

Recording facility BiCoastal Music (www.bicoastalmusic.com) picked the first sunny day in a string of rainy ones to have its coming-out party. Founded by Grammy-nominated engineer Hal Winer, the studio is surrounded and enhanced by the quiet rural charm of Ossining, N.Y., yet is within a short car or train ride of New York City. The control room features a custom-built SSL C200 Digital Production console, Pro Tools|HD and a Russ Berger — designed 25×30 live room with a 22-foot cathedral-style ceiling.

The opening-night bash featured top engineering and musical talent from the New York City area, including mixer Mick Guzauski, producer/engineer Neil Dorfsman and cellist Christine Walevska.


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