Miloco has added three new studios – New York-based Grand Street Recording and The End studios, and the German facility Jazzanova Recording Studio (JRS) – to its roster.
JRS, the first Miloco studio in Berlin, is a stylish complex in the centre of the city, and the second studio in Germany to join the Miloco group. JRS was founded and designed by Axel Reinemer, one of the driving forces behind innovative Berlin-based musical collective Jazzanova.
The studio features four separate recording areas and a rare 32-channel Neumann console, custom-built for the Konzerthaus Berlin.
New York's Grand Street Recording, in the heart of the Brooklyn neighbourhood Williamsburg, brings together the vintage analogue sound of classic Neve and API preamps with the capabilities of modern digital production, and also boasts a wide selection of instruments.
5,000sqft New York complex The End is in the heart of Greenpoint, also in Brooklyn. The control room showcases a modified MTA 980 console with recording via a Pro Tools HD 4 system with all the UAD and Waves plugins or two-inch tape for the analogue heads.