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The Palms Casino Resort will open a world-class recording studio as part of its expansion into the resort. It will be the first of its kind to be built in hotels and casinos. The ringleaders behind the venture include George Maloof, owner of the Palms Casino Resort and the Sacramento Kings basketball team, and Larry Rudolph, manager and TV producer of Britney Spears, who has hits like "Newcomer: Nick and Jessica" on MTV. The studio will partner with Maloof Music and Entertainment, a partnership with the Maloof family and Interscope Records.
Designed by Francis Manzella Design, a leading design company based in New York, the new 8,000-square-foot multi-room studio will offer an unparalleled level of technical sophistication and customer comfort in the Las Vegas area. The facility will include a large tracking and mixing room, which boasts an SSL 9000K, 80-input mixing desk. A second studio, with acoustically identical control rooms and a medium overdub booth, will be available primarily for mixing. With the choice of Harmon International (Lexicon, Crown, JBL, AKG, and many other specialized product lines), and an extensive selection of vintage equipment, the studio will offer a truly top-notch selection of microphones, processing, amplification, and recording equipment.
As it is an integral part of the Palms Casino Resort, the studio will offer customer convenience that is not available to any other recording location. The studio will be available 24 hours a day. The Palms Casino Resort offers 24-hour VIP treatment, as it is already being chosen by many music and sports celebrities when visiting Las Vegas. The new studio will increase the appeal of recording artists when it comes to scheduling more extended stays in Las Vegas. The studio will also provide a 'wired' luxury suite in the studio for the convenience of recording customers staying at the resort. There will also be a portable DAW-based recording station that can be taken to the guest's room for a more personal recording experience. The new studio will also come with an additional screening room with concierge and private access. All of these options for recording artist guests will surely make the studio at the Palms Casino Resort a uniquely desirable destination.
Saturday, February 3, 2024