John Sawoski, Keyboardist / Composer / Producer (Photo: Bob Young Photography)
John Sawoski

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Updated: July 06, 2013 

John Sawoski's Studio

John Sawoski's state-of-the-art studio was designed by architect Douglas Humphries of DadaDesign, and constructed and finished February 12, 2003. It includes a large rehearsal/live room, vocal/isolation room, a Yamaha G2 acoustic piano, multi-track digital audio recording systems with networked Windows and Macintosh computers (running the latest versions of ProTools, Logic, and Cakewalk Sonar  Producer Edition, Finale Music Notation Software, and Sibelius; and even an old Mac running StudioVision Pro), the Sonar V-Studio 700, Tascam M-2524 Mixer, Roland MC-50 Sequencer, Panasonic SV-3700 DAT deck, Toshiba DX-900 Digital PCM Recorder, Extensive Eastwest/Quantum Leap Sound Libraries, Kurzweil MicroPiano, EMAX-II Sampler, Proteus 2, Procussion, Roland M-DC1, Roland RD-700GX Stage Piano, Roland D-50, Roland JV-1080, Sound Canvas, Yamaha W7, DX7, & TX7, Korg M1, Tannoy PBM-08 Studio MonitorsSound Ideas Sound Effects Library, and more.

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Last updated: 10/30/12