Estúdio Eiffel is a brand new SSL-equipped recording, mixing and mastering studio in Santo André, a city located in the Greater São Paulo area.
The idea for the studio came up when the owner, Marco Antonio Esteves, graduated from musical production course at Anhembi Morumbi University. At first, the idea was to build something just for personal use, but the project got bigger and bigger and it turned out to become what you can see here in our page.
For us sound quality is what really matters, whatever the project or music genre. In order to produce and record artist projects the studio counts with state-of-the-art equipment such as SSL Duality 24 SE Console, microphones such as Neumann U87, Telefunken ELA M251, peripherals such as Manley SLAM!, Maselec MLA-3 Multiband Compressor, among others.
In order to give the musicians and producers the best sound quality and work flow possible, the house where it is located was designed and built specifically to be a recording studio, with its full construction and equipment installation taking about three years to complete.
The studio was designed by architect Jorge Suwazono with acoustic treatment by engineer Adalberto Baggio. The facility is spread across 4 rooms: 2 recording rooms, the control room and a vocal booth. It also features a kitchen and a break room on the upper floor.
With this infrastructure, we seek to capture the essence of artists' compositions to give the best possible result.