After years of recording out of a small two-bedroom house, we purchased a 1930's wood frame former church directly
across the river from downtown New Orleans in 2004 to serve as the new location
of the studio. We stopped recording
at the original location of the studio in January, 2005, to remodel it and convert it back into a house to be sold. In July of 2005 we started working
on the new studio, and as of July, 2008, we have now completed the project and are ready to record again. It's a wonderful 3,500 square foot space with 14 foot ceilings
and a 4,100 square foot attached insulated workshop, sitting on nearly an
acre of land underneath the bridge leading to downtown. It's now a great place for us to work and, more importantly, for musicians to have their vision captured on tape. Thank you.
Eventually we will have a section on the site featuring photos of the entire history of the Living Room, including many photos dating back to when the "studio" consisted of a 4-track and two Radio Shack microphones. Until then, here are some photos of the original location that were shot not long before we moved the gear out: