AES New York 2017
Archiving and Restoration Track Event AR11
Saturday, October 21, 10:45 am — 12:15 pm (Rm 1E08)
Archiving & Restoration: AR11 - 30th St. StudioPresenter:
Dan Mortensen, Dansound Inc. - Seattle, WA, USA
Chronological history of the studio from its construction as a church through its eras as a studio used to create many phenomenal sounding recordings in many musical genres by the country and world's leading musical, social, artistic, and theatrical artists. It was converted from a church in 1948 and demolished in 1982. The presenter has been researching the studio for the last 9 years and is in the midst of a long-term project to recreate the life of the studio with as much detail as can be found. CBS's chief recording engineer Fred Plaut was also a semi-professional photographer, and the presenter has scoured Fred's photographic archive of over 30,000 pictures to find those relevant to the studio and its occupants; many pictures from that collection will be in the presentation.
|This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Archiving Restoration and Digital Libraries|