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NRG Recording Studios


NRG Recording Studios

NRG Recording Studios is a recording facility located in North Hollywood, California that was created by producer and mixer Jay Baumgardner in 1992.


  • Studio A console: custom vintage Neve 8068 built by Pat Schneider
  • Studio B console: custom vintage Neve 8078
  • Studio C console: SSL9000j


Chief Engineer Wade Norton and Owner Jay Baumgardner worked with Paul Levy of Advanced Audio Rentals to make NRG the first studio to incorporate a Fibre Channel storage area network (SAN) into their facility. This allowed for reduced noise inside of the control rooms and provided tighter security to clients by automatically backing up sessions into a secured central location.

Artists who have worked at NRG Recording

External links

  • NRG Studios Official Site
  • Interview with Jay Baumgardner, HitQuarters Apr 2005

Coordinates: 34°10′00″N 118°22′24″W / 34.16667°N 118.37333°W / 34.16667; -118.37333

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