The Doghouse NYC

★★★★★
Park Slope music production and recording studio offers fine acoustic instruments, high definition recording, composition, production, mixing, mastering and consulting services.
  • 126 10th St

    Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Cross street: 2nd Avenue

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  • 866-315-0321

About The Doghouse NYC

Hours
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm
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I was lucky enough to record my latest project there and as an independent artist whose been around the block a few times I found Nathans engineering skills first rate and his production abilities insightful and inspiring. They have one of the best studio pianos in New York City (as a piano technician I have seen most of them) a beautiful 1926 Mason and Hamlin AA that is not only a well restored instrument it also just sounds flat out great. Mixing, editing, etc. is done on a projected screen that allows the artist to follow the process easily. This makes for much more relaxing sessions that almost feel like a good hang on a friends living room couch (a friend who just happens to have a butt-load of recording gear!) The combination of a friendly home vibe with a cutting edge recording facility makes for great music making

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I was lucky enough to record my latest project there and as an independent artist whose been around the block a few times I found Nathans engineering skills first rate and his production abilities insightful and inspiring. They have one of the best studio pianos in New York City (as a piano technician I have seen most of them) a beautiful 1926 Mason and Hamlin AA that is not only a well restored instrument it also just sounds flat out great. Mixing, editing, etc. is done on a projected screen that allows the artist to follow the process easily. This makes for much more relaxing sessions that almost feel like a good hang on a friends living room couch (a friend who just happens to have a butt-load of recording gear!) The combination of a friendly home vibe with a cutting edge recording facility makes for great music making

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This guy did music for a bunch of PC/PS2 games where I used to work and it was incredible. The quality of the music was as remarkable as the quantity produced in the time we had. Session musicians were even brought in and recorded all at once so a good chunk of the music ended up having that nice, variation-friendly, "organic" (I know, listen to me) feel that's really hard to get if you don't have a bunch of people playing off one another in realtime. The end results really enriched the products and he was extremely easy to work with to boot.

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This guy did music for a bunch of PC/PS2 games where I used to work and it was incredible. The quality of the music was as remarkable as the quantity produced in the time we had. Session musicians were even brought in and recorded all at once so a good chunk of the music ended up having that nice, variation-friendly, "organic" (I know, listen to me) feel that's really hard to get if you don't have a bunch of people playing off one another in realtime. The end results really enriched the products and he was extremely easy to work with to boot.

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This is one of the coolest music spots I have ever worked in. I an an independent artist who needed help with a recording.

It's a really comfortable setup and everything is first-rate. They probably have one of the best pianos in the city, a great drumset, and the owner is actually an acclaimed producer.

To top it off they answer your questions from their website (which is full of cool info) and even hold workshops. The only drawback (which is also sort of an advantage) is that it isn't a big commercial facility (it is the brainchild of Nathan Rosenberg, who is a producer and musician). They don't take everything that comes their way, but what they do, they do with a passion. -Thanks guys! --Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

This is one of the coolest music spots I have ever worked in. I an an independent artist who needed help with a recording.

It's a really comfortable setup and everything is first-rate. They probably have one of the best pianos in the city, a great drumset, and the owner is actually an acclaimed producer.

To top it off they answer your questions from their website (which is full of cool info) and even hold workshops. The only drawback (which is also sort of an advantage) is that it isn't a big commercial facility (it is the brainchild of Nathan Rosenberg, who is a producer and musician). They don't take everything that comes their way, but what they do, they do with a passion. -Thanks guys! --Highly recommended!

Pros: intimate/small, great gear/instrument, creative

Cons: intimate/small, not the cheapest plac

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