Redesigned in the '90s along with the Airship live room, Studio A features no parallel walls or surfaces and its high ceilings, open layout and large Helmholtz Resonators were designed to minimize listening fatigue, giving the room a controlled, yet open sound.  This room was designed by Jack Crymes and Karl Derfler.

Studio A has access to tie lines from the live room, Studio B, and the Iso and auxiliary booths. A 70" flat panel display is mirrored on a second 32" flat panel display in the live room for easy access to the DAW on both sides of the wall.  

The acoustics and size of the space also allow for in-control-room recording, making this room flexible enough to be used as an additional Iso or tracking room.   See studio rates here.