Studio A is our control room and primary work space. It is a hand built room-within-a-room, has great isolation, and is suitable for both tracking and mixing environments. The room is surrounded in pine wood and full of natural sunlight.
Studio B is our live room and rehearsal rental space. It has a pine wood diffusive sound wall, floating floors, and great acoustic treatment. This room has a home-y feel, and a tight, energetic sound.
Our gear list has many notable pieces, acquired over the course of several years. Everything listed is available for use on your next session.
Hi! My name is Steven and I am the owner and operator of 4D Audio Productions. I started my first recording studio internship in 2004 at Cove City Sound Studios in Glen Cove, NY. I immediately fell in love with the music production process and I soon found myself researching how to build my own studio. My friends and I cleared out a guest bedroom in my parents basement, and soon that became my first studio. I spent countless hours in there writing, arranging, and recording my own original music.
When I was applying to colleges, the most important criteria was finding a school with an on-campus recording studio. I committed to the Frost School of Music, at University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL. I majored in Music Business, and spent most of my extra-curricular time either playing table tennis, or recording music. Being a Music Business major, I could only work in the on-campus recording studio when teaming up with a Music Engineering major. This didn’t hinder my efforts. I fostered great partnerships, friendships, and was a part of many projects there. I was more motivated, however, to begin building a recording rig of my own, to use on my own terms. I started recording projects for artists on campus, and slowly built both a collection of recording equipment, and a good reputation. I began taking on projects for University students, musical artists, and small businesses in the Miami area. I also began running live sound, and worked with three on-campus ensembles, many senior recitals, and various University-affiliated events. After graduation, I moved back to NY, and into the city intent on building my first full-time recording studio.
In 2014 I had the pleasure of working with Ron Saint Germain. (If you don’t know him, look him up. His work speaks for itself.) Soon after I started 4D Audio Productions. I have been fortunate ever since to work on so many great projects with so many great people. My recording sessions seem to always have an underlying excitement and positive energy. I encourage you to listen to my recordings: they best represent what I do. Hope to see you on the other side!