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STRANGE WEATHER opens doors

Post by Marc Alan Goodman » Mon Nov 17, 2008 8:46 pm

A new studio venture by myself and Joel Hamilton

http://www.strangeweatherbrooklyn.com

No pictures yet but feel free to give me a call and come check it out. EXTREMELY reasonable rates.

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Post by joel hamilton » Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:31 am

Truth.
Book time now before it is all gone!!!!
Where else can you use PTHD3 accel with apogee conversion,M49's,M269's,Sage pre's,all My mic collection is available,U47's,Pultec's ,an API1608 console with 16 312 pre's and 16 ODD eq's and 2 avedis pre's and 4 API eq's..., STa-level's, federals.... all the fun, good stuff you want to use, for WAY less than any other comparable studio in NYC.
Get in touch about this space.
Freelance engineers dream for overdubs. Really. That is why we built this space. The overdub and mix room we wished to exist, now exists! affordable and awesome.

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Post by Gummy » Tue Nov 18, 2008 6:59 pm

I was going to book some time but the front page scares me. Congrats. Can't wait to see pictures.
It may be a garage, but it doesn't sound like one.

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Post by Marc Alan Goodman » Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:43 pm

Really, I mean who doesn't like a little blood?

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Post by dave watkins » Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:18 pm

that front page makes me want to book time
the tape is rolling, the ones and zeros are... um... ones and zeroing.
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Post by joel hamilton » Wed Nov 19, 2008 4:25 pm

Dave Watkins wrote:that front page makes me want to book time
Thats the power of skulls, birds, and bloody chunks working.

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Post by dave watkins » Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:16 pm

joel hamilton wrote:
Dave Watkins wrote:that front page makes me want to book time
Thats the power of skulls, birds, and bloody chunks working.
*starts to shamelessly solicit record companies for cash in order to harness the power of skulls, birds, and and bloody chunks*

...you are going to add those things to the gear list right?
the tape is rolling, the ones and zeros are... um... ones and zeroing.
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Post by zachary » Thu Nov 20, 2008 1:06 am

wow, this sounds really fantastic.

way to go, can't wait till you get some pictures up!
trouble clef.

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Post by joel hamilton » Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:49 am

Dave Watkins wrote:
joel hamilton wrote:
Dave Watkins wrote:that front page makes me want to book time
Thats the power of skulls, birds, and bloody chunks working.
*starts to shamelessly solicit record companies for cash in order to harness the power of skulls, birds, and and bloody chunks*

...you are going to add those things to the gear list right?
**Skulls, birds, and bloody chunks available upon request. Chunks may vary from picture, as will the birds and skulls.

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Post by Gummy » Thu Nov 20, 2008 10:12 am

What size skull did you use on that snare track? I found some chunks on e-bay, are they the type you use? Do you keep yours refrigerated?
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Post by rwc » Thu Nov 20, 2008 10:38 am

Looks f%^&ng great!

Almost glad we're not reopening now, so I don't have to compete with that. :)
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Post by joel hamilton » Thu Nov 20, 2008 3:05 pm

rwc wrote:Looks f%^&ng great!

Almost glad we're not reopening now, so I don't have to compete with that. :)
Thanks, man.
I hope to see some younger freelance engineers utilizing the space.
That is really what it is for. Top notch gear for a reasonable price that is low enough that you cant ignore it...
I am hoping more people will choose to do the vocal overdubs with a U47 into an avedis pre and a STA-LEVEL and a pultec EQP1r or EQP1 or MEQ5 into some nice converters, because now they can afford it... or all the guitar overdubs, or whatever... the whole mix!!
Get in touch, we are ready for you.

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Post by JohnDavisNYC » Sun Nov 23, 2008 2:18 pm

strange weather is great. marc and joel moved into our second space (calling it a B room isn't exactly appropriate when there is an API, an amazing mic locker, and a Joel Hamilton next door....) last month and have done a great job outfitting it. it was fun building a new studio, and then seeing some good friends take it and put a kick ass little overdub/mixing room in it...

anyone interested in strange weather should come check it out. rumor has it that there is an EMT plate coming soon, and combined with my Ekoplate III, and both being on tie lines, the bunker and strange weather have pretty much all the crap you could ever need to make a kick ass record.... come track in the bunker to our studer or radar and our large live room with 2 large isos, then dump all the files (via our network) over to the strange weather computer, and do amazing sounding overdubs with their kick ass mic collection into PTHD!!! SUPER AWESOME RECORDING PARTY!!!

marc and joel are awesome, the studio is awesome. props to our neighbors/partners in crime...

john
i like to make music with music and stuff and things.

http://www.thebunkerstudio.com/

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Post by sara_tonin » Sun Nov 23, 2008 6:41 pm

gorgeous!
need an intern? haha
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