Warm Audio opens its own recording studio in Austin

Warm Audio has opened its own 3,550 square foot recording facility, Warm Studios.

Studio A features a 1,065 square foot tracking room with a loft and 25 foot vaulted ceiling
Warm Studio A features a 1,065 square foot tracking room with a loft and 25 foot vaulted ceiling

Austin, TX (March 7, 2022)—Warm Audio has opened its own 3,550 square foot recording facility, Cozy studios, designed and built in collaboration with Alex Otto of Otto System Works. The establishment is open to the public by reservation.

Built on the campus of the Warm Audio company, Warm Studios has two recording spaces. Studio A includes a 1,065 square foot tracking room with a loft and 25 foot vaulted ceiling, and a 702 square foot control room with a 14 foot wide triple pane window. The ceiling is said to have a natural reverberation of 700 milliseconds. In addition, two isolation rooms measuring 148 square feet and 123 square feet are dedicated to this studio.

Meanwhile, Studio B takes a more intimate approach, with a smaller 212 square foot mixing and monitoring space and a single 154 square foot tracking room.

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Both studios are designed around ATC monitors and Solid State Logic AWS948 Delta consoles. As you would expect, Warm Studios offers the full line of Warm Audio preamps, compressors, EQs, microphones, guitar pedals, cables and more. Each studio has a personal monitor mixing system with touchscreen control, built-in headphone amplifiers, and video conferencing with headphone communication in every room for uninterrupted workflows.

“It’s always been my dream to build an unrivaled recording studio with no expense spared to make sure everything was done right, and Warm Studios is that dream come true,” said Bryce Young, Founder and CEO of Warm. Sound. “Warm’s mission is to give every musician and engineer access to the most inaccessible and legendary equipment, and Warm Studios exemplifies that vision. This studio is open to the public by reservation, but it is not intended to be a profit center for Warm; rather, it’s an extension of our mission to give musicians access to legendary sound.

Young concluded, “Austin is becoming a musical mecca for artists and engineers. We don’t just want to be part of the music industry by providing access to legendary, classically-inspired gear, but also help bring that music to life.

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