20 Feb Latest News and comments

Well it’s only 5 days until my birthday on 25th February. I’ll be 62 years strong and still busier than a one-armed paper hanger.


– As you can see, despite all my good intentions to get a blog up weekly, I’ve been so busy that it has been extremely hard to schedule ‘blog time’. We spent the New Years week in Bali, returning back to work and haven’t stopped since! LOL. After finishing the SAE Institute in South Jakarta, our local associate is now beginning the construction work on the installation of the French Embassy Theater in Jakarta. I’ll post some photos soon.



Since the beginning of the year we have been commissioned to Design:  | January 11, 2015 – Mix/Mastering Suite for J. F. in Brooklyn, NY | January 16, 2015 – Custom Studio Desk for L. O. in Toorak Gardens, South Australia | January 17, 2015 – Custom Studio Desk for Del Records in Bell Gardens, Califormia | February 10, 2015 – Home Cinema / Home Theater for associate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | January 31, 2015 – Home Studio Design for J. A. in London, UK | February 5, 2015 – 1000 square ft+ Home Studio Design for D. Z. in Orem, Utah | February 8, 2015 – 100 square meter Home Studio Design for T.C. in Melbourne, Australia.


I’m putting the finishing touches on several other jobs including a large home addition studio for a violinist in Aptos, California, a Commercial studio in Istanbul, Turkey, a large basement home studio in Chardon, Ohio, a commercial studio in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, A commercial studio in Tamil Nadu, South India, a small commercial studio in Helsinki, Finland, a large home studio in Guatemala, A dubbing theater in Sherman Oaks, California, and another dubbing theater in Topanga, California.



Some thoughts for you guys that are planning a studio build; Get hold of the designer of your choice EARLY on. This can save you literally thousands of dollars in errors, limitations, re-design costs, bureaucracy hangups, and just plain mistakes. It takes some considerable time to design a space with considerations to the acoustical use of the space as well as the sound/vibration isolation required. Consultations with structural engineers, electricians, HVAC contractors, and local ordinance compliance all take time and much effort and thought to bring about a successful project completion. I can’t stress this enough because I see, every week, someone trying to rush a build and then ending up with something they wished they hadn’t done and thinking… well, next one, I’ll do this or that. Often, especially these days, ‘next’ never comes.


Like I always say, sometimes; Do it right – do it once.


Let me help you with that. Give us a call or send us an email. If you plan to call, please mind the time zone.


I think I’m getting the hang of entering a blog now, so you’ll be hearing from me again very soon. I wish you all the very best in your creative endeavors.