A voice recording & ISDN
radio studio in Manhattan
The Radio Foundation Studio was designed from the ground up for voice: studio interviews (ISDN or tape sync), and narration. Our floating room, Neumann U87A mics and the latest Mackie preamps, produce a rich, present sound. We use ProTools to record, edit and mix. Two Telos ISDN codecs and two Telos 1 telephone hybrids, plus Skype audio and video, allow us to connect up to four studio guests with up to four outside sources in each session.
Studio Clients and Guests :
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood for NPR’s All Things Considered.
“Here’s The Thing” with Alec Baldwin for WNYC with guests like Billy Joel, Peter Frampton, Debbie Reynolds, Brian Williams, Renee Fleming, Dick Cavett, Chris Rock, Lena Dunham, Fred Armisen, Kristin Wiig & Thom Yourke of Radiohead.
NPR, PRI, BBC, CBC, ABC (Australia), ORF (Austria), RTBF (Belgium),
WFMT, WHYY, WBEZ, WBUR, WGBH, KPCC, KCRW, KQED,
Wisconsin Public Radio
American Public Media: Marketplace, Performance Today &
Garrison Keillor (Writer’s Almanac & A Prairie Home Companion)
AARP “Prime Time Radio” and “Ask Jane” with Jane Pauley
Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornell West
“Star Talk” with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson
National Geographic Channel: narration for “Migrations” (Alec Baldwin)
Discovery Channel: narration for “Frozen Planet” (Alec Baldwin)
The Central Park Conservancy: Alec Baldwin, Matthew Broderick,
Anne Hathaway, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mandy Patinkin
and many others
The Radioart Studio is a division of the Radio Foundation, Inc., a tax-exempt, not-for-profit radio production company, founded 35 years ago by Larry Josephson, a 50-year veteran public radio host, producer, manager and engineer.
We are a cat-friendly facility.
For those allergic to cats or cat-phobic,
we can cat-proof the studio with advance notice.