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Welcome to Prescott Studios!

Studio Update

February 9, 2019

It's been a long road but the end is in sight. All framing, electrical, and HVAC are complete. Sheetrock/Quietrock is being installed this week. The glass has arrived in the studio but still needs to be installed, but that too should be done this week. Hoping to be done with sheet rock by next week.

 

The space has really come together nicely. Panels are being manufactured for the main room, vocal booth and drum room which will have a variety of connections back to the control room. All of the rooms have HD cameras which are fed into our Blackmagic switcher and hard disc recorder. The video can be synced with Pro Tools and and streamed out over the web.

November 29, 2018

Progress! Most of the framing has been completed in the studio. Electrical and plumbing are coming in next week along with the sheet rock crew. We expect to have all of the structural building completed by Christmas. If all goes well we will be up and running in January. We have been very lucky to have a great crew working on the studio! Fortunately, we have had almost no problems or issues with our progress. There are still a few things that we need to iron out but so far we have been right on schedule.

 

Getting to know the area -

This has been the most surprising aspect of the move, so far. It seems like you cannot help by run into people in the music and film industry around here. Atlanta is no producing more film and TV than Hollywood, and you can tell. One of the reasons the film industry has moved here is due to certain tax benefits. There is a movement to do the same with the music industry. It is already happening to an extent, but the wheels are turning and it's only going to help the music industry, and the Atlanta area.

 

The other thing we noticed is how this area is growing. The economy is doing well along with a low cost of living, makes the Atlanta area very appealing in comparison with to their west coast counterparts. I have lived in southern (and northern) California and loved it. However the cost of living was high and along with home prices makes it difficult for most musicians to get by.

 

Finally, my last observation has to do with the people here. We have all heard the term "southern hospitality", but this is ridiculous. The people around here are so nice! I think it's something they put in the water.

Studio Update
October 29, 2018

After a wonderful six years in the Baltimore/Washington DC area we have relocated our studio to the greater Atlanta area in the suburb of Alpharetta, Georgia.

 

The new studio is going to be bigger and better than ever! The studio is being built around a Grammy winning Neve console that started it's life in Hollywood then made its way to Nashville and now we are lucky enough to have it here. This centerpiece is running through Pro Tools HD and it sounds incredible!

 

The studio has 14' ceilings with a comfortable control room, vocal booth, drum room, grand piano room, and guitar room. In addition we will be adding a studio B where we can do vocal tracking and pod casts. The studio will be equipped with video capabilities where we can catch performances on the fly. Finally the studio will also have a dedicated photography studio which is designed with artists in mind.

 

It is going to take several months to complete the custom build of the rooms but we anticipate bookings will begin at the beginning of 2019.

 

Thanks to everyone for all of your support and love.

 

David Prescott

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to Prescott Studios!

Studio Update

February 9, 2019

It's been a long road but the end is in sight. All framing, electrical, and HVAC are complete. Sheetrock/Quietrock is being installed this week. The glass has arrived in the studio but still needs to be installed, but that too should be done this week. Hoping to be done with sheet rock by next week.

 

The space has really come together nicely. Panels are being manufactured for the main room, vocal booth and drum room which will have a variety of connections back to the control room. All of the rooms have HD cameras which are fed into our Blackmagic switcher and hard disc recorder. The video can be synced with Pro Tools and and streamed out over the web.

November 29, 2018

Progress! Most of the framing has been completed in the studio. Electrical and plumbing are coming in next week along with the sheet rock crew. We expect to have all of the structural building completed by Christmas. If all goes well we will be up and running in January. We have been very lucky to have a great crew working on the studio! Fortunately, we have had almost no problems or issues with our progress. There are still a few things that we need to iron out but so far we have been right on schedule.

 

Getting to know the area -

This has been the most surprising aspect of the move, so far. It seems like you cannot help by run into people in the music and film industry around here. Atlanta is no producing more film and TV than Hollywood, and you can tell. One of the reasons the film industry has moved here is due to certain tax benefits. There is a movement to do the same with the music industry. It is already happening to an extent, but the wheels are turning and it's only going to help the music industry, and the Atlanta area.

 

The other thing we noticed is how this area is growing. The economy is doing well along with a low cost of living, makes the Atlanta area very appealing in comparison with to their west coast counterparts. I have lived in southern (and northern) California and loved it. However the cost of living was high and along with home prices makes it difficult for most musicians to get by.

 

Finally, my last observation has to do with the people here. We have all heard the term "southern hospitality", but this is ridiculous. The people around here are so nice! I think it's something they put in the water.

Studio Update
October 29, 2018

After a wonderful six years in the Baltimore/Washington DC area we have relocated our studio to the greater Atlanta area in the suburb of Alpharetta, Georgia.

 

The new studio is going to be bigger and better than ever! The studio is being built around a Grammy winning Neve console that started it's life in Hollywood then made its way to Nashville and now we are lucky enough to have it here. This centerpiece is running through Pro Tools HD and it sounds incredible!

 

The studio has 14' ceilings with a comfortable control room, vocal booth, drum room, grand piano room, and guitar room. In addition we will be adding a studio B where we can do vocal tracking and pod casts. The studio will be equipped with video capabilities where we can catch performances on the fly. Finally the studio will also have a dedicated photography studio which is designed with artists in mind.

 

It is going to take several months to complete the custom build of the rooms but we anticipate bookings will begin at the beginning of 2019.

 

Thanks to everyone for all of your support and love.

 

David Prescott