Airshow Takoma Park is pleased to announce a big studio expansion! Allyworld, an 800 square feet multi-use performance venue located immediately adjacent to Airshow’s current tracking room, is set to open by fall 2015. The space will feature a fully-equipped sound system with audio split for recording capabilities, LED stage lighting, and seating for approximately 50 audience members. It will tie-in directly to Airshow to allow for the tracking of larger bands, choirs, and classical ensembles. Musicians requiring sound isolation will be able to set up on the other side of soundproof sliding-glass doors, and those seeking big percussion sounds will be able to make plenty of noise in Allyworld’s 12 foot high, acoustically treated room, designed by Sam Berkow and SIA Acoustics.
“I had always imagined having a larger tracking room at Airshow,” says Airshow Takoma Park owner and chief engineer Charlie Pilzer. “Many of our clients have also been asking for a way to do multi-track recording and web streaming of live concerts, in addition to wanting rehearsal space. With Allyworld, we’ll now be able to offer those services in a beautiful sounding room.”
Allyworld will be available to rent for intimate house-concert style music events, speakers’ series and workshops. Check out some pictures of the construction and please like our Facebook page for future news and updates on Allyworld’s opening. (Artist rendering by Richard J. Vitullo / Vitullo Architecture Studio).