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smashSongwriting/Arranging/Pre-production
For over 25 years Smash Studios has been providing the best in professional facilities and equipment to the Music Industry. From the famous to the aspiring, musicians around the world have made Smash their production-home. Smash is the only studio in NYC to offer 3 levels of Rehearsal Studios. Standard level rehearsal studios at Smash offer high quality back line in amply sized studios at affordable prices. Elite Studios at Smash offer higher quality gear, more choices of amps (including boutique amps), and larger spaces. Showcase Suites at Smash offer the highest tier with the largest studio, best equipment, and most choices of gear. All electric in studios at Smash are tied to an isolation transformer as you would see in top recording studios worldwide. Smash’s Professional staff is ready to assist in your session by simply picking up the dedicated direct-dial phone in any studio. In all Showcase and Rehearsal Studios at Smash customers can expect great quality and value in a high-level professional studio.

307 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018
18th Floor
(212) 244-9066

Recording/Overdubbing/Editing/Mixing

1-controlroom

 

 

 

Address: 40 West 27th Street New York, NY
Website: http://www.shelterislandsound.com
In October 1988 the studio opened on Shelter Island, two hours east of NYC. Producer/ engineer Steve Addabbo purchased all of the equipment from a well respected east side studio that was closing and set up the studio in the basement of his home. The timing was perfect, Steve had just had a huge success with Suzanne Vega’s “Solitude Standing” album and Shawn Colvin had just been signed to Columbia records. Steve and the studio began working on Colvin’s debut album, “Steady On”(a Grammy Winner), Eric Andersen’s classic, “Ghosts Upon the Road” and other major label and indy projects. In October 1990, the studio was moved to 30 West 21st Street in New York City. Now in its fifteenth year of operation, the studio continues to be a vital part of the New York recording and mixing scene.