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Great Hall Studio Set To Open at Allaire Studios, June 2002

Allaire Studios (Shokan, N.Y.) announced that its Great Hall Studio will open on June 1, 2002. Set in a 40x50-foot space, boasting 45-foot-high ceilings, 4/12/2002 8:00 AM Eastern

Allaire Studios (Shokan, N.Y.) announced that its Great Hall Studio will open on June 1, 2002.

Set in a 40x50-foot space, boasting 45-foot-high ceilings, the Great Hall offers a spectacular view of mountain vistas from its 20-foot-high windows. Designed by John Storyk of Walters-Storyk Design Group and acoustician George Augspurger, the Great Hall Studio boasts a separate control room with a blue SSL 9000 J Series console; five attached smaller rooms (isolation booths, etc.); 5.1 surround sound; drop-down projection screen for mixing to DVD, TV and film; and Pro Tools HD System and Studer 800 gold tape machines.

Located in the Catskill Mountains overlooking the Ashokan Reservoir, Allaire Studios occupies Glen Tonche, a 25-plus acre mountaintop estate built in 1924, just two hours north of New York City.

Allaire's new Neve Room opened in January 2001, and has since hosted the likes of David Bowie, Tim McGraw and Natalie Merchant, among many others.

For more, visit www.allairestudios.com.