|Professional Sound Magazine, March 2007
by Alec Watson
I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Jamie Rosenberg, owner/producer/engineer of Great Divide Studios in Aspen CO. I, of course, offered to make the arduous journey to the cold wintry destination; heck, I could have even joined the "more than a mile high" recording club, but alas it was not to be my destiny for this article.
Every once in a while, you get the opportunity to speak with someone that has taken a similar journey as you have, only they took that left at the fork where you took the right (or wrong). This was the case with Rosenberg. See, at one time I had this dream of building a world-class destination recording studio in Whistler, BC. For me, it was always a pipe dream... >>Read more [pdf format]
ATC Surrounds The Great Divide Studios
Aspen, CO (March 30, 2007)--Against a backdrop of some of the world's best ski slopes, Aspen Colorado's Great Divide Studios is a high-end recording facility that embodies the city's "do it in comfort, do it with style" attitude.
The summer of 2006 saw the studio's fourth incarnation in a completely new building created by Martin Pilchner of Pilchner Schoustal International... >>Read more
MIX Professional Audio and Music Production, June 2007
Class of 2007 / This Year's Hottest New Rooms
Jamie Rosenberg's Great Divide Studios in Aspen, Colo., is the fourth facility to bear the Great Divide name, and it's a huge upgrade since the little room Rosenberg started with, built into the Great Divide Music Store. The room on this month's cover was purpose-built as part of the new home Rosenberg shares with his wife, Carole, whose architectural design firm built the house and studio.
The studio design was done by Martin Pilchner of Pilchner Schoustal International. “We wanted to get the control room in the best physical location and orientation to optimize both room size and geometry, which placed it approximately in the middle and sideways” Pilchner explains. “We placed the live room to the right of the control room and a large iso booth to the left. You have a direct sight line from the left iso booth through the control room and then through the studio proper to the second iso booth at the far end of the studio. A third iso booth also doubles as a reverb chamber... >>Read more [pdf format] [Mix online article]