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Black Rock,

Studio File
Published December 2018
By Hannes Bieger

Black Rock is built to a design by Roger D’Arcy of Recording Architecture.

In the ’70s and ’80s, it was not unusual for a band to retreat to a recording studio for half a year or more to produce an album. Nowadays, a large project might start in the artist’s own space, with a larger studio rented only for a limited timeframe to lay down the basic tracks before the project returns to smaller venues for post-production and mixing. However, there is still a demand for residential studios where artists can get away from distractions, and the last few years...

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Published December 2018