The Norsk Innspillingsbyrå Studio in Oslo, Norway features a beautiful AttackWall with double Monitor Stacks for mixing and a QuickSoundField for recording. Featured in Mix Magazine’s Class of 2014, Espen Lind’s New Studio designed by Jeff Hedback is the production and mixing studio for the musician/producer.
Espen Lind is one-half of the New York-based Norwegian songwriting and music production team Espionage. Together with Amund Bjørklund, Lind co-wrote Beyoncé’s 2006 worldwide smash “Irreplaceable”, which was number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 10 consecutive weeks and the best selling single in the US in 2007. Espionage were also the producers and co-writers behind several of Train’s major hits, including “Drive By” and their popular single “Hey, Soul Sister”, which is among the 20 highest selling singles of all time in the US. Espionage has received numerous BMI Awards.
Norsk Innspillingsbyrå Studio
Besides an AttackWall, Espen Lind’s New Studio utilizes a QuickSoundField for recording and TubeTraps for trapping bass.
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Used all over the world, the AttackWall is created from a series of StudioTraps and custom MonitorStands that decouple your speaker and serve as deep bass traps. This combination serves to control the entire bandwidth of sound to deliver mixes that translate perfectly.
AttackWall redefines mixing environments.
It’s a free-standing workstation that consistently produces the most amazingly clear sonic space you’ll ever work in. When you need reliable, repeatable and accurate sonic conditions to do your work, nothing beats the AttackWall. Equally adept for tracking, mixing and mastering, you can achieve the same quality results regardless of room dynamics or monitor speakers used.