Bedford Studio was founded in 1998 by guitarist/producer Andy Tommasi
due to his need of a medium-large room in Brooklyn for live large ensemble recording. The space was acoustically designed by David Miller of Airfield audio/Digital Ears and by Andy Tommasi, using acoustic studio design software by Pilchner-Schoustal studio design.
The live room is 1000sq ft, the main booth is aprox300 sq ft, booth 2 is about 120 sq ft and booth 3 is about150 sq ft. The control room is around 400 sq ft.
Ceilings are 13 ft high.
There are insulated windows in both live room and control room, allowing natural light in every room of the facility. There is a line of sight thru every room. Every room is floated. We are located in Greenpoint Brooklyn on the border of Williamsburg.
Andy Tommasi graduated from Berklee school of music with a Ba in music where he studied harmony with Alex Ulanowsky, and Gary Burton, linewriting and arranging in the style of Duke Ellington with Herb Pomeroy ( trumpet player in the last Charlie Parker quintet), and Jazz impro with Charlie Banacos and Jerry Bergonzi. After playing with several local bands in the Boston area and with Fawzi Ben Gamra with his traditional group in North Africa he moved to NYC where he started Bedford Productions.