Gyms and sports clubs: they stock up on gear so you don’t have to. Pay a membership fee, show up, use their stuff, leave. No wonder the idea is popular in New York, where our apartments barely fit “luxuries” like, you know, beds. Now the idea is coming to music making, says Remix Transmissions.

Yes, the Soundnasium Sound Lab will be stocked with audio gear you can use on a membership basis and classes to teach you how to use it. The studio will feature the likes of “MPCs, Reason, and Pro Tools” says the press release — what, no Buchla 200e? No digital accordions?

Joking aside, this does look cool.
Since these guys sent PR to Remix and not to me, I’ll just have to hang around Union Square on the May 6 opening. (Hey, if you’re there, DJ slash CEO Sean Anderson, email me!)

Now, here’s the next suggestion: go further. I want to take a class in Cardio FM Synthesis and Loop-Based Performance Yoga. At least, I hear that’s a great way to meet babes.

  • Guest

    I might see you there, I'm thinking of stopping by myself. It sounds quite cool.


  • Guest

    Peter, I want to personally apologize for my publicist not emailing you. Since you missed out on the initial press release, I am inviting to come check out the sound lab! I will be there tomorrow(sat) from around 11am. Give me a call 212-647-7487. Looking forward to meeting you.

    Sean Anderson

  • Guest

    Peter,Thanks for coming by! I now realize I was talking to you you yesterday :roll I'am good at remembering first name, bad with last…..

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