For more than three decades, Sound On Sound Studios has been home to many of music’s most prolific and talented artists.
David Amlen establishes Sound On Sound Studios in the heart of Times Square on 45th Street, building a reputation both for himself and for the studio.
Sound On Sound merges with Right Track Recording at 168 West 48th and 509 West 38th Street in Manhattan to become Legacy Studios.
Legacy Studios rebrands as MSR Studios.
Due to construction in the area, MSR shutters their doors – but not for long.
David begins re-building Sound On Sound Studios just across the Hudson River in nearby Montclair, New Jersey.
David hires industry veteran Tony Drootin to manage the facility, who in turn begins to build a team to complete facility operations.
Studio B, which houses the Euphonix console previously used at MSR, is completed. Sound On Sound holds their first session, officially opening the studio.
Studio A, home to a custom Neve VR console, is completed.
Sound On Sound Studios’ owner, David Amlen, and manager, Tony Drootin, are featured on the cover of Mix Magazine.
Sound On Sound is honored with the award for Studio Design (Creative) at the 34th annual NAMM TEC Awards.