Project Description


Mark Egan’s Electric Fields Studio is a state of the art full service recording facility located 57 miles Northwest of New York City, in the beautiful country setting of Orange County, New York. Designed by acoustician & architect John Storyk and built by master carpenter Ikuo Matsui, Electric Fields has a warm and creative environment.

Acoustic treatment and electronic architecture were designed by Dan Zelman and Richard Brownstein. Electric Fields is equipped with a Mackie 8-Bus controlled 40-track digital recording system incorporating Alesis ADAT recorders and Digidesign’s ProTools System. An array of vintage sound processing gear is provided. Clients include: Bill Evans, Turner Broadcasting, CNN International, Elements, Jeff Ciampa and Mark Egan.


  • Mackie 32×8 console
  • (3) Alesis Adats (24 tracks)
  • 16 tracks Digidesiegn Pro tools III Hard disk recording
  • Digi 882 I/O
  • Macintosh Quadra 840 AV (32 meg Ram, 500 internal Hard drive)
  • Quantum Atlas II 9 Gig hard drive
  • Seagate 2.1GB hard drive
  • Seagate 9GB hard drive
  • 1GB Jazz drive
  • Yamaha CDRW disc recorder
  • (5)Switchcraft 96 point Bantam P. bay
  • Panasonic 3800 Dat
  • Sony 730 ES Cassette
  • Denon CD player w/ digital out
  • Hafler Trans -Nova 9303, 9305, 125, p 7000 power amps