NEWZONE studio

Los ANGELES

 
 

Originally established as Killzone Studio in Venice, CA in 1981, Newzone Studio was renamed when it moved to it’s present location in West Los Angeles.  It features a 20x20 main studio with a Kawai 6 foot grand piano, Hammond B3 organ & Leslie 122 speaker, Fender Rhodes suitcase electric piano with a large isolation booth. There are also 4 adjacent recording areas connected by both audio & video.


Over 500 released recording & soundtrack projects of every style have been produced at Newzone Studio, including the Emmy winning soundtrack for the PBS documentary Letters Home, and major motion pictures such as Bull Durham & White Men Can’t Jump. 


Newzone Studio also specializes in location recording, including projects for PBS TV, Blue Note, High Note, Nine Winds & pfMentum jazz labels including artists from Nels Cline & Thurston Moore to BB King, Stevie Wonder & jazz great Kenny Burrell.


Wayne & Newzone have been featured in an article in the indie recording magazine Tape Op.


photos this page by Stephanie Cabral  stephaniecabral.com

 

History:

Wayne Peet’s recording, mixing, mastering studio.

Also features location recording.


newzonestudio@gmail.com