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A recording studio built into a former residential building in the historic Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana.  A big, custom designed live tracking room with reclaimed tongue & groove wood walls, a high, vaulted ceiling, and enough room for a full band.   A spacious control room with a full view of the tracking space, as well as a good selection of sonically isolated spaces, including a completely tiled vocal booth.  This is not a "house" turned into a recording studio, but an old building that was completely gutted after hurricane Katrina, and then rebuilt specifically as a standalone music recording studio, with angled walls & ceilings, open spaces, purposeful sightlines, and extensive acoustic treatments.  A spiral staircase from the second floor takes you from the recording space into a big kitchen / lounge space.  A great sounding upright piano, a few vintage organs & synths, a pair of concert tympani, a beautiful vibraphone, a full marimba, a museum's worth of old rhythm boxes, a wide assortment of guitar & bass amps, and a solid Yamaha drum kit, are all here.     In this old New Orleans neighborhood,  you'll find a great assortment of places to eat, coffee shops, and bars to get lost in. There's a great music store a few blocks away, and of course, the trumpet player you suddenly realize you need on the last chorus of that song, is already sitting at the bar down the street at Vaughn's, and can come join us in 10 minutes...

CIMA FUNK & SOUL REBELS TRACKING