In order to optimize space inside the building and to ensure the realization of three distinct environments that could be adequately isolated from each other, three box-shaped self-supporting structures, similar to cages, were made. They support the sound-insulating partitions and the internal acoustic treatment.
The control room, with Genelec monitor flush mounted and an SSL SL4064G custom console, and the main live room which is more than 4 meters high, make the D:PoT a highly functional audio facility.
After two years at The Garage studio in Arezzo (link), Fabrizio Simoncioni decided to transfer to D: Recording Arts PoT its operational base and to inaugurate his new activity by recording and mixing the album Eutòpia by Litfiba in which he also played keyboards.
Simoncioni lived and worked in Mexico and Texas for about six years so he tried to bring a Tex-Mex twist also to D:PoT Recording Arts, personally choosing fabrics and furnishings.
This studio was the protagonist of Cecilia Torracchi’s Civil Engineering thesis titled “Sound insulation and acoustic treatment of a recording studio: analysis, design and measurements”