Studio Trilogy control room
San Francisco Bay Area studio veterans Justin Lieberman, Cindy McSherry and Willie Samuels launched Studio Trilogy on April 1 in San Francisco. Located in the city’s hip SOMA district, the three-room facility designed by John Storyk offers new and vintage outboard gear and microphones, and an SSL 9080 K Series console.
The facility is upgrading one of its two ICON rooms to a 32-channel API console, which it says is slated for delivery at the end of June. The 6,000-square-foot complex features multiple lounges and play spaces, an outdoor garden/barbecue area and an apartment that is available for rent.
Studio Trilogy live room
The studio has hosted Japan punk band Vamps with New York City—based engineer Josh Wilbur; producers Rob Garza and Fred Rubens (Thievery Corporation); Island/Def Jam artist Adrienne Bailon with producers Rock City and Jevon; Primus; and renowned pianist George Winston.
The facility was formerly the home base for Talking House Productions and its in-house label, Talking House Records, from 2006 until its closure in early 2010.
Studio Trilogy gallery
Lieberman, McSherry and Samuels each have decades of studio experience, having held past engineering and management positions at studios in the San Francisco Bay Area such as Different Fur, SF Soundworks, Crescendo Studios, Russian Hill Recording, Nu-tone and Studio 880.
For more information, visit www.studiotrilogy.com.