This wordless post is a continuation of Monday's...but with more pics! These all come from last Thursday's grand opening celebration at the new Shock City Studios, home of Shock City Music. I spent some more time there yesterday, and just have to say that if you are a band looking for a studio for your next CD or video project, and you live within 2000 miles of Shock City (or perhaps more), you'd be crazy not to check this place out!
All shots with Nikon D60, available light, 18-55mm, f3.5-5.6 kit lens.
The main video editing suite.
View from one of the vocal isolation booths into the main control room.
The main console in the control room. For gearheads, this room is nirvana.
Classic keyboards sitting in another isolation booth. These are keys I use every week - but the REAL THING instead of the samples I use on my beloved Kurzweil PC2X.
A couple of Telecasters with cool paint jobs. Never underestimate the power of a cool paint job.
A view of much of the live room from an overlooking balcony.
Shock City Studios are located in St. Louis MO, just south of downtown, and on the northern edge of the Benton Park neighborhood, in the historic Polar Wave Ice and Fuel Company building.