Built from scratch for acoustic purity.
Tired of the cramped basement studios he had worked in for many years, Dan Rhiger designed Medicine Whistle to be a spacious and comfortable recording environment. The main room features high ceilings and soundproof windows to the garden outside, while two adjoining isolation booths allow superb acoustic control. All interior walls are acoustically decoupled from the exterior of the building, so you can hear a pin drop inside, but not a lawnmower across the street.
- Main room: 18 ft. x 22 ft. w/15 ft.
- Iso booth 1: 11 ft. x 9 ft. w/ 14 ft.
- Iso booth 2: 11 ft. x 7 ft.