* How many streams does it take to make $1 and the U.S. minimum wage* A new Pulitzer Prize for audio journalism has been established
* Studio designer John Storyk
Over the course of his 50 years in the business John Storyk has designed more than 3,500 audio and video production facilities, recording studios, radio stations, corporate media and conference rooms, educational and, entertainment facilities, clubs, stadiums and theaters around the world.
John and his company Walters-Storyk Design Group have designed everything from private studios for Bruce Springsteen, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z and Aerosmith to broadcast facilities for CBS, WNET, ESPN, and Food Network, but perhaps his most famous creation is his first – Jimi Hendrix’s famous Electric Lady Studio in New York City.
During the interview we spoke about designing Electric Lady, the types of studios being built today, creating the right studio vibe, the differences in studio construction over time, and much more.
On the intro I’ll take a look back at how may streams it takes to make both a dollar and minimum wage, and the new Pultizer Prize for audio.
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