In 1987 I designed and built Apocolypse Video's new 48 Track Digital Audio Post Production studio. The facility also had an adjacent equipment room and a small recording studio.

In this situation the console was extremely long (60 inputs) so I changed the monitor angle to 90 degrees as opposed to the standard 60 degrees. The vocal booth became the equipment room and the studio was setup as a foley room with walking surfaces set into the floor.


This photo is taken from the doorway into the studio. The equipment room is behind the glass door at the rear of the photo. The speaker mounting housed UREI 813's which sounded great and could really pack a punch. The ceiling had low-mid frequency hangers behind the cloth facade. There was raised seating at the rear witha lovely big black leather couch for the clients. There was also a bar and coffee making facilities.

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