L. Brown Recording, Inc. is a commercial recording studio located in the historic Film Center Building in Midtown Manhattan owned and operated by veteran New York based recording engineer Louis Brown. The 1,000 square-foot facility, designed in conjunction with leading industry acoustician Al Fierstein and noted architect Warren Ashworth, was created for instrumentalists, singers and chamber groups in classical, jazz and acoustic music. Our recently renovated studio also houses a nine-foot Steinway D Centennial concert grand piano.
Please contact us to discuss your next recording project or to schedule a visit.
October 17, 2007RenovationsL. Brown Recording, Inc. was closed from mid-July to mid-October 2007 for renovations. The existing studio was fully demolished and an entirely new studio created in its place. The renovations included:
Newly designed studio layout
Floated triple sheetrock inner walls and ceilings
New floated control room
Dedicated 100 amp electrical system, with discrete circuits for all audio work
State of the art audio wiring and data lines
Warren Ashworth, Architect
Madeline Nero, Designer
Al Fierstein, Acoustical consultant
Midtown Interior Resources
Graceon Challenger Electronic technician
Special thanks to:
Ellen and Thomas Van Manen
Pam and Kevin Johnson