Dolores Park Studio
Overlooking San Francisco’s iconic Dolores Park, our main studio space features Genelec 8340 monitors with GLM room correction, Pro Tools HD12, and Source-Connect for digital patching. Take in staggering views of the park and the city’s downtown as you collaborate directly with our engineers. We’re happy to play host during our sessions, and we’re equally as happy to take the work off your back and send you on your way.
We also have a strategic partnership with a downtown facility near Levis Plaza that boasts virtually every resource and tool you many need for your project. Whether it’s an ISDN patch or a surround sound mix, our small, focused team has the means to quickly get your creation expertly transformed and back in your hands — without the stress and delay of a middleman.
Audio Post Production
Session Producing / Direction
Digital Patching (ISDN/Source Connect/iPDTL)
Video Post Production
Motion Graphics Design & Animation
Chris Konovaliv brings over 20 years of experience across all facets of the audio production process. He started his career as the Chief Engineer and Audio Coordinator at a three-room recording complex at the University of Michigan, working mainly in jazz, classical, and avant-garde acoustic music. He then held positions as an engineer and as Studio Manager for San Francisco’s Coast Recorders before joining Euphonix (now part of AVID) as a technology specialist for the System5 large format digital mixing consoles. Chris holds a BFA in Performing Arts & Technology from the University of Michigan School of Music and an MFA in Electronic Music and Recorded Media from Mills College in Oakland, CA. While in grad school, he briefly lived in Paris, built a number of large-scale interactive installations and created some really strange music. He now resides in San Francisco, and spends his free time in Marin county riding his bike and searching for that elusive thing called “fitness.”