From Frank Sinatra to The Rolling Stones, EastWest Studio 1 has produced some of the most celebrated albums in music history. Spanning over 61,000 cubic feet with a vibrant sound that's unparalleled, Studio 1 is perfect for any session – from single voice to 70-piece symphonic orchestra. This iconic studio comes complete with a spacious isolation booth and a beautiful Bechstein D-280 Concert Grand Piano and private artist lounge.
Frank Sinatra recorded such hits here as "My Way", "That's Life", & "New York, New York", while Elvis Presley revived his career with his 1968 Comeback Special and Barbara Streisand recorded her smash "The Way We Were". Since then, a who's who list of music royalty have left their mark here, along with famous themes from film and television – including Mission Impossible, M.A.S.H. and The Godfather.
Studio 1 features an 80 channel Neve 8078 Console, the largest in the world, which was originally commissioned for Michael Jackson's best-selling album, Thriller. The control room is equipped with Meitners (available upon request) and ATC300A house monitors with NS10/ProAc speakers and are set up with Pro tools HD. Studer 827 & Ampex ATR102 (1/4 inch & 1/2 inch) Analog recorders are available on request.