The Labella studio of Montelupo Fiorentino (FI) is a complex consisting of a main LEDE control room, a live room of about 70 square meters, a voice booth and a studio B mainly dedicated to editing functions.Read more
Made on the top of an industrial warehouse, its load-bearing structure is made of lightweight concrete walls mechanically separated from each other thanks to non-rigid materials, polyurethane and rubber sheets.
Owner and resident engineer:
|Audio Facility||Recording Studio|
|Rooms||Control Room Live Rooms|
|Audio System||KRK Exposè|
Cecco e Cipo
|Area||35 m2||Volume||120 m3|
|Reverberation time||0.25s @500Hz; 0.55s @63 Hz|
The control room, designed by LEDE (Live End - Dead End), features an almost completely free reflection front and a reflective back wall, built to spread sound homogeneously thanks to a large QRD diffuser.
|Area||70 / 10 m2||Volume||230 / 34 m3|
|Reverberation time||0.50/0.15s @500Hz; 0.90/0.35s @63Hz|
The live room is about 70 square meters and has a structure that makes it suitable for recording various instruments and ensembles. In particular, the ceiling is designed to give the audience a feeling of greater amplitude. This feature makes the room ideal for recording instruments that need great spatiality, such as drums. Part of the room is occupied by the voice booth that has a less full acoustics, because of absorbent / reflective alternate walls.