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04.05.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Barber Shop Studios prepares to open doors

The news is filled with stories of studio closings, but new facilities continue to blossom. The Barber Shop Studios is located in a stone church built in 1911 in Lake Hopatcong, NJ, 45 minutes outside of New York City, has targeted May 1 as its opening date. Owned by partners Scott Barber, CEO, and Mark Salamone, president, the Barber Shop offers audio recording and post-production, featuring a 72-channel SSL XL 9000 K, a collection of vintage microphones and 5.1 and 7.1 digital recording, editing, mixing and mastering services. Facility design by Fran Manzella. “We’re presenting a turnkey solution to meet all the artists’ needs,” Barber stated. “Now the artist can record, shoot a music video and have a DVD shot all under one roof.”

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