The Bridge, also known as Studio 3, is especially suited for smaller ensemble recordings. Its versatile studio space features dual-panel walls for acoustics that can range from reflective to absorbent. State-of-the-art studio gear and a Yamaha C7 grand piano make it an ideal room for recording up to 12 to 15 musicians. The control room is anchored by a Solid State Logic Duality, a large-format analog recording console that combines a classic analog path and signal processing with exceptional and adaptable DAW control.
The Bridge is one of several studios in the Berklee building at 160 Massachusetts Avenue designed by the Walters-Storyk Design Group, renowned for its work throughout the world on spaces such as Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Lady Studios, Alicia Keys’s Oven Studios, Bruce Springsteen’s Thrill Hill Studios, Jay-Z’s Roc the Mic Studios, and the studios for Jazz at Lincoln Center.