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Greene St. Recording


Studio located at 112 Greene St. in SoHo, NYC. Until its close in 2001. It was one of the early headquarters of hip-hop during the 1980s and 1990s. Greene Street began in the early 1970s as Big Apple Recording, which was a partnership between the Philip Glass music director Michael Riesman and producer Steve Loeb. The first studio manager was Jonathan Katz who would later make a name for himself as "Dr Katz" a popular albeit cartoon figure on Comedy Central and the first studio chief engineer was Wieslaw Woszczyk now Dr. Wieslaw Woszczyk who holds the James McGill Chair Professorship in Sound Recording and is the Founding Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology at McGill University. In 1983 Loeb bought out Riesman and became 100% owner of the studio which was renamed Greene Street Recording. Former Woszczyk assistant Rod Hui became chief engineer and Robyn Sansone became studio manager. In the first year as Greene Street under Loeb, Hui and Sansone, Greene Street recorded and mixed a number of records including the three groundbreaking hits Shannon's "Let The Music Play", Kurtis Blow's "The Breaks" and Run DMC's "It's Like That". In 1983 when Dave Harrington came on board as studio manager, Greene Street underwent renovation adding an additional two rooms installing NY's first AMEK APC 1000 mixing desk with Massenburg moving fader automation and also the first pair of Roger Quested tri amped main monitor system. (wikipedia) Also referred to as: - Green St. Recording - Green St. Studios - Green Street Recording - Green Street Recording Studios - Green Street Studios - Greene St. Studios - Greene St., NYC - Greene Street - Greene Street Recording - Greene Street Recording Studio - Greene Street Studios - Greene Street Studios, NYC - Greenstreet Recording - Greenstreet Studios

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