ALAB Studio boasts over 1000 square feet
allowing for a fully functional and highly technical space accommodating a
multitude of professional audio and recording equipment. With the help and expertise from one of the
original engineers involved with the elaborate studio construction of Jimi
Hendrix's Electric Ladyland, Mark Williams, owner and founder of ALAB Media,
was able to uniquely design a space that included a sound lock at the entrance,
control room, live room and 4 isolation booths.
The studio encompasses over 5 digital mixing
consoles, including flying faders, a 2" tape machine, over 100 channels of
preamps, over 50 microphones, a variety of digital keyboards/ synthesizers, a
full acoustic drum kit, as well as a comprehensive collection of electric and
ALAB Studio was originally established as
"a laboratory" to produce high definition sound experience so that musicians
can continue what they do best: create music.