We have recently added to our growing list of Berlin-based partner studios, this time with Schweiger Studios. Located in north Berlin’s Tegel neighbourhood, Schweiger is a brand new recording and mixing facility, having only opened its doors in April 2017.
The brainchild of founder and owner Grego Schweiger, the complex was created to specialise in analogue workflow and combines a carefully designed analogue environment and the most modern pro audio gear. With a comfortable live room, complete with grand piano, and attached control room with high visibility, the flexibilty of the equipment and the rooms make the studio interesting for pretty much every branch and genre of audio production.
The studio comprises of a 53sqm live room with two isolation booths and a 1968 Steinway & Sons Model D grand piano, which was a concert piano at the Berlin Philharmonic concert hall before moving to Berlin Tegel. For monitoring during recording sessions all recording rooms are connected to a Hear Back Pro monitoring system.
The attached control room is centred around a completely analog surround mixing console (64Ch) designed by Paul Wolff. It is the very first console of his new brand FIX Audio Designs and is based on the API 500 series, offering two 500 slots on each channel. All rooms can be operated from the office, which then turns into control room 2, with digital processing and guarenteed high end quality. Using this set up, it is possible to run recording and independent mixing sessions at the same time.
When it’s time for a break, Schweiger offers a spacious and comfortable lounge area for clients to relax and unwind, complete with fully-stocked bar, free wifi, and a PlayStation for a bit of extra escapism!
If you’re interested in booking a session at Schweiger, please contact our bookings team.