Built in the late 70's by George Tobin, Studio Sound Recorders, now the Mixers Audio post facility has a storied past. Smokey Robinson cut albums at Studio Sound Recorders including a # 1 album in 1981. Herb Albert cut tracks for his hit album Fandango. David Byrne cut albums here as did Joe Pass, Thelma Houston, The Manhattans, Alphonse Mouzon and many, many others. John Harrison recorded the score for George Romero's Day of the Dead here. Gary Goetzman, now Tom Hanks partner at Playtone Studio Sound's studio manager here. Studio Sound's (Mixers) Studio B had one of the very first digital consoles in the US. Reportedly designed by studio guru Jack Edwards (Capitol Records Studios) the facility has been well-treated and thoughtfully updated. The acoustic qualities that made it a great studio have been preserved and continue to enhance every project that comes out its well-heeled doors.