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Architect Interview: Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios

  • Aired: 11/05/2013
  • 06:53
  • Rating: NR
Architect and acoustic designer John Storyk talks about designing clubs in New York City and working with Jimi Hendrix to build Electric Lady Studios. Hendrix originally hired Storyk to design a club, but sound engineer Eddie Kramer convinced Hendrix to make a recording studio instead. Storyk built a legendary, state-of-the-art recording studio, following Hendrix's concepts and directions.
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