Five-time Grammy-winner Chucho Valdes at 3:3:2 Studio during the mixing and mastering sessions of his next solo piano album live. From left: Diego Calviño (studio co-founder and junior engineer), Chucho Valdes, Pablo Lopez Ruiz (studio co-founder and chief engineer).
Located in the Puerto Madero neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3:3:2 Studio was designed and built by the Walters-Storyk Design Group; acoustics were handled by John Storyk, Renato Cipriano (Brazil), Dirk Noy (Switzerland) and Sergio Molho (Argentina). The studio opened in September 2006 and offers top-level engineers and equipment for recording, mixing and mastering stereo and surround 5.1 projects for CD, DVD-A, SACD, as well as movie soundtracks. The studio has one recording room and two control rooms; all three main rooms are linked.