New Recording Studio, The End, in Brooklyn

Now it’s even easier to get your groove on in Brooklyn than ever before.   That’s because The End, a brand-new recording studio and performance center, has recently opened next to the park grounds at Transmitter Park.  

Brian Binsack, Brian Crowe and Neal Sherlock have come together to enjoy this amazing location. The studio is located in a prime setting, close to the G train and not far from the L.   It’s right at the new East River Ferry stop and just a hop away from Manhattan.

Realizing a Dream

As Binsack explained,

“We realized we’d been looking for a space like this our whole lives. It’s a dream we’ve had since high school.”

The End includes 3500 square feet of indoor space and another 2000 square feet of amazing rooftop space.   They’ve worked hard to figure out how to maximize their use of the space; creating a facility that is recording studio, art gallery, live music venue and more.

Recording Studio

The recording studio section of the building includes two control rooms (A and B) with live tracking spaces.   They house a grand piano, a full drum kit and more.   The second room actually doubles as an art gallery when not in use for recordings.


John White, the chief engineer said, “We have 18 different kinds of preamps, so we can tailor the sound really well to what you’re looking for.”

The Studio is booming, offering art shows, private events, music events, audio/visual installations and more.

As Crowe explained,

“If you’re recording here, you’re getting a showcase here too. We want you to have a show. Here’s a stage, invite your label people and local fans to come by, and play a showcase, have a listening session.”

Picture by Carolina Mendez Sampayo from SonicScoop.com


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