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manmanly
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studios in san diego

Post by manmanly » Tue Dec 16, 2008 1:09 pm

can anyone recommend a good studio to go and check out in the san diego area. have not been here in a while and not sure of the scene.

looking to take a few tours. hoping to get a chance to see wave lab in tuscon this week if the time works out as well.

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Post by Gummy » Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:35 am

I just moved to San Diego and I have been working with Griff who works out of this studio:

http://www.hilltopfrog.com/studio.html

He turned his whole house into a "destination" studio. It is north of San Diego, but while you are up there you can check out one od San Diego's bigger studios at

http://studiowest.com/


Here is a down town one too, never been there

http://capricornstudios.net/index.html

Some more great ones:

http://www.goldentrackstudio.com/contact.html

http://www.signaturesound.com/html/aboutus.html
It may be a garage, but it doesn't sound like one.

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Post by manmanly » Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:07 am

Gummy wrote:I just moved to San Diego and I have been working with Griff who works out of this studio:

http://www.hilltopfrog.com/studio.html

He turned his whole house into a "destination" studio. It is north of San Diego, but while you are up there you can check out one od San Diego's bigger studios at

http://studiowest.com/


Here is a down town one too, never been there

http://capricornstudios.net/index.html

Some more great ones:

http://www.goldentrackstudio.com/contact.html

http://www.signaturesound.com/html/aboutus.html
thanks for the info. guess i will add it to my list of places to visit next time.

looks interesting from the website.

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