NEWZONE studio



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



Wayne Peet’s recording, mixing, mastering studio.

Also features location recording.