Founded in 2003 in the heart of South Philadelphia, 1935 is the recording studio and work space of producer/engineer Pete Rydberg. With a relaxed and familiar atmosphere that allows people to perform their best, 1935 blends both old and new technology and techniques to create music that’s both current and timeless.
Located in a former Mummer clubhouse, the studio spans nearly 2000 square feet and is arranged without a traditional isolated control room. While this may seem like an unusual layout, it fosters better communication between all parties and helps alleviate the dreaded “fishbowl” effect. There are three different isolation areas available as well as plenty of gobos to separate musicians from each other. And hey, if it works for folks like Daniel Lanois, Wilco and Neil Young…
Read more about Pete here.