Degraw Sound is a Brooklyn recording studio on the Park Slope/Gowanus border, owned and operated by producer/engineer/musician Ben Rice that was designed with and constructed by Dave Ellis.
The studio features a 25' x 17' live room, a favorite for drum tracking, live full-band recordings and film shoots, as well as a separate isolation booth and is equipped with individual monitor mixers for artists. The control room is centered around a vintage Trident Series 24 console, modded and maintained by Jeff DelBello, Pro Tools HD and stocked with a collection of classic analog outboard gear, microphones and instruments providing clients the tools and environment to record and mix a wide range of projects.
Clients also have access to an artists lounge with kitchenette, eat in bar and views of the Brooklyn skyline.
597 Degraw Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217
The studio is a 10-minute walk from Atlantic Terminal where the Atlantic Avenue - Barclay's Center Station and the LIRR connect. Upon exiting the station, head south down 4th Avenue and turn right on Degraw Street. The studio is halfway down the block, on the right.
The studio is a 5-minute walk from the Union Street Subway Station. Upon exiting the station, head northeast on 4th Avenue (towards Sackett Street) and turn left on Degraw Street. The studio is halfway down the block, on the right.
The studio is a 15-minute drive from the Lower East Side of Manhattan (approximately 4 miles) and ample street parking is available. Please remember that this is an estimate from Google Maps, and depending on time of day and traffic levels, this travel time will vary.