125th AES Convention Workshop to Address Small Critical Listening Environments

SAN FRANCISCO: How do you create a viable "sweet spot" when increasing real estate costs and shrinking mixing console size have dramatically reduced floor space in today's recording studios. For a recent audio post-production facility requiring two small 5.1 mixing rooms; an ADR/Foley /iso booth; equipment closet; kitchen and client lounge, the Walters-Storyk Design Group [...]

2014-10-09T17:47:28+00:00August 23rd, 2008|News|

MIX: TPI Clears The Air (Space) With WSDG Expansion

        View Project Page CHANTILLY, VA. One of the largest TV production/post-production facilities in the Washington DC area, TeleProductions, Inc. (TPI) has produced and distributed TV programming for international broadcast, cable, satellite and new media audiences for over thirty years. Now headquartered in a new building directly beneath the Dulles Airport flight [...]

2014-10-09T17:51:50+00:00July 27th, 2008|News|

The Art Institutes Launch New Walters-Storyk Designed Audio Studios at Eight Schools

The audio production industry is constantly evolving with new technologies being created everyday and more job opportunities becoming available, many that reach far beyond traditional music recording. The Art Institutes schools have responded to this demand with the launch of new Walters-Storyk designed audio studios at some of its schools. New studios have been implemented [...]

2014-10-01T03:57:19+00:00July 22nd, 2008|News|

PROFESSIONAL SOUND: Electric Lady Studios-Historic Design, Modern Methodology

by Jeff Touzeau When Electric Lady was completed and opened its doors for the first time over 37 years ago, it was a beacon for creativity and innovation. For starters, it was one of the first artist-owned recording facilities in the world, designed and built to exact specification for none other than Jimi Hendrix. This [...]

2014-10-09T17:55:21+00:00July 15th, 2008|News|

All About Jazz: Club Profile-Le Poisson Rouge

by Laurel Gross If in the ancient world all roads led to Rome, then for about 35 years of the 20th Century for those seeking a unique cultural experience all roads led to Art D'Lugoff's The Village Gate. The legendary club at the corner of Bleecker and Thompson Streets in Greenwich Village was a powerful [...]

2014-10-09T18:09:55+00:00May 24th, 2008|News|

WSDG Participates in 2008 AES Latin America Conference

WSDG PRESENTS "NEW CONCEPTS IN AUDIO" WSDG MEXICO – BOOTH 89 Sound Check and AES Latin America will be hosting this year's professional audio event. Come visit us at booth 89 where we can discuss your future projects and how WSDG Mexico can assist in architecture, acoustics, space planning and audio video design and turn [...]

2014-10-09T18:13:49+00:00April 4th, 2008|News|

Readeez Audio Kitchen Cooks Up Pre-School ‘Edutainment’

Walters-Storyk Design Group Turns Home Into Comfy Production Complex ATLANTA: "The 'wow' factor is fairly high," says Michael Rachap, founder of The Readeez Company www.readeez.com , about the just-completed AV facility which also serves as his home. Situated in Atlanta's booming Midtown, the studio blends historic ambience with eye-popping innovation.Renovations to the company's loft in [...]

2014-10-09T18:25:16+00:00March 13th, 2008|News|

Multi-Million Dollar Murray Arts Center Debuts in Atlanta

World Class Architecture/Acoustics Distinguish New Education/Entertainment Complex MARIETTA, GA:  The Murray Arts Center represents a unique addition to Atlanta's growing commitment to education and live entertainment.  Recently purchased by the Mount Paran Christian School with the aid of a generous grant from Atlanta's Murray Family Foundation, the $35 million complex features a 600 seat music [...]

2014-10-09T18:32:49+00:00February 29th, 2008|News|