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5717 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA
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Over ten years working as an independent audio engineer and music composer, I had my studio set up in basements, rehearsal lock-outs, make-shift industrial spaces and “creative offices.” I quickly discovered why each of these options sucked, but had to find something better, once again. Unfortunately, I was also suffering from a severe case of G.A.S. (Gear Acquisition Syndrome), so I never wanted to have to move again.
Although these were the only options then, I was determined to find something more professional that wasn't the harsh reality of a multi-million dollar facility.I searched for a commercial space that offering some type single, independent and quiet space. I knew what I sought made sense and my rent budget was fair, but two years of hunting in the commercial market confirmed the offering didn’t even exist for my needs. The only other options were large with big buildout expenses and multi-year leases, I finally owned all the gear for a fantastic studio, but with nowhere to use it. I was bust.
Long before the shared economy was a thing, I was a believer in bringing people together. I knew that I was one of many producing musicians in Los Angeles, so dividing and sharing sound-treated spaces that are small enough to be affordable for each of us was the solution.
Out the window of my noisy downtown rehearsal space was a yellow commercial building, currently operating as offices and a machine shop. It was free-standing, just big enough, and in a great location. A year later, it came up for lease and I jumped on it.