Producer/engineer Matt ‘Linny’ Linesch has settled into his new private studio, the space formerly occupied by Ocean Way Mastering in the renowned Hollywood recording complex. Linesch's first project in his new room was with LA group Fool's Gold.
“After working at Ocean Way on Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, I really got a good feeling about the studio, the staff and the productive atmosphere,” says Linesch. “When this space became available, I jumped at the chance to move my equipment from our studio in Ojai and make Hollywood my new base of operations. It's exciting coming to work every day and meeting the kind of musicians that gravitate to Ocean Way. It reminds me of the days where there was a feeling of community among music makers at good studios.”
Pictured in the new Ocean Way studio are (L-R) Robin Goodchild, Ocean Way manager; Fool's Gold's Luke Top and Lewis Pesacov, and producer/engineer Matt ‘Linny’ Linesch. Credit: David Goggin.