One of the finest acoustic recording environments in the world.

POWER STATION New England was built to complement Sonalysts’ film and video sound stages, touring band rehearsal stages, and mega production facilities. Designed by producer Tony Bongiovi, Power Station New England replicates his 53rd Street location in New York City. The New York studio is recognized by many as one of the finest acoustic environments for recording in the world… and we have its twin-sister studio right here in Connecticut.

Our 1,700 square feet main studio room includes five isolation rooms and the signature 35-foot dome with a sound that you just can’t get in another studio. And the 400 square feet control room is loaded with everything you need to make a world class record. Why record in a dull sounding basement, when you can record in a world-class, acoustically-designed room where hundreds of gold and platinum records were recorded.

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  • 1,700 sq ft main studio room
  • 5 isolation rooms and the signature 35-foot dome in the main room
  • 400 sq ft control room fully loaded with everything needed for world-class recordings
  • Four rooms running ProTools HD; plus our recording console is a NEVE VR72 and we have an impressive array of Analog Outboard Gear that includes Sheps and Millenia MicPre’s, Pultec EQs, GML, Universal LA2s, LA3s, 1176, Lexicon, Eventide, DBX, and Yamaha
  • An assortment of vintage microphones like none other in New England. We have Neumann U47 Tubes, U67 Tubes, AKG C24 and C12, RCA 77 and 44 Ribbon Mics, Royer, Neumann U87s, 47FET’s, and a variety of Neumann TLM microphones as well as Sennheiser 441 and 421 mics