good mix studios in san fran
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good mix studios in san fran

hi,
may need some mixing services in sf/bay area instead of native minneapolis. (preferably san fran proper). genre is hip hop. console--> 1/2" only, no ptools itb.

any suggestions.

regards,
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I did four or five albums down at Hyde St, interesting neighbourhood
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thanks all...

let me know if there are more

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Nice gear at Coast, nice people too, but you can't hear a damned thing in that cockpit style control room.
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Different Fur still has an SSL I believe.
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how about gear rental shops? it looked like a few came up on google. where is the best place to go?

primarily i would need to rent da converters. (like an apogee da-16 or da-16x)
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david denny is a great guy for gear rental, but not sure what gear he currently has. I've rented from him for years...

http://www.daviddenny.com/
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A really Good Mix Studio is San Francisco Soundworks. They are Sounth of Market and have a great vibe, good selection of equipment (9000J) and run by a very cool and talented Owner producer, Tony Espinoza
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Quote:
Originally posted by TriTone Digital
Toast is a sweet place in inner SF. The couple projects I've been there for have turned out great.

http://members.aol.com/toastsf/studios.html
Actually, Toast is now gone, and that is the studio that has reverted back to its former identity as Coast (the Putnam-designed room, now with the rehabbing Neve V)... The other rooms are now mastering suites.

As for Different Fur, I thought I heard that they closed sometime last year... I hope I'm wrong.

Same with the 9098 at "D".. Haven't talked to Joel in a while, but last time I was there, so was the console.

As for rental gear -- Stephen Jarvis has oodles of high-end goodies. PM me for his contact info -- I don't think he's got a website.

-dave
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Actually, Toast is now gone, and that is the studio that has reverted back to its former identity as Coast (the Putnam-designed room, now with the rehabbing Neve V)... The other rooms are now mastering suites.

-dave
Hmmm, live and learn. It's been a few years since I was last there. That room has certainly been around the block

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I did four or five albums down at Hyde St, interesting neighbourhood
Yeah you can score crack and get a cheap blowjob on your lunchbreak.

Seriously though, I haven't worked there since the 1990s but I always had a good experience there. Don't know what it's like now.
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On the topic of SF studios, what ever happened to Greg Freeman after Lowdown got razed to build pacbell park? I liked his studio.
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As for Different Fur, I thought I heard that they closed sometime last year... I hope I'm wrong.
Yeah, they put the business and the building for sale. I think it's a techno label that's now working out of there - they still have the board, but everything else is different.

Another studio down for the count....
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Somewhat OT (don't want to start a new thread) to you good guys who know the area:
A friend of mine is leaving this weekend for 3 weeks near Reno to get his new CD mixed at Sylvia Massy's place.
He's looking for a pre 74' (four screws/bolts) Fender P-bass to buy.
Does anyone know any good places in the LA/SF/north CA area to look for this gem?
Thanks!!
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Somewhat OT (don't want to start a new thread) to you good guys who know the area:
A friend of mine is leaving this weekend for 3 weeks near Reno to get his new CD mixed at Sylvia Massy's place.
He's looking for a pre 74' (four screws/bolts) Fender P-bass to buy.
Does anyone know any good places in the LA/SF/north CA area to look for this gem?
Thanks!!
Real Guitars in SF, of course. They're on a little alley way called lafayette street.
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Thanks, Neve 1073.
Found their website. No P-bass in stock, but I'll keep looking.
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Thanks, Neve 1073.
Found their website. No P-bass in stock, but I'll keep looking.
Their website is never uptodate. Try calling them.

Good luck.
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