Recording Studio

Roseville, Michigan | The architects and engineers at Tim Nichols Architect are thrilled to join legendary recording studio designer Frank Paul Comentale, visionary musician Paco Higden and his gifted team of musicians and recording engineers of Michigan’s own Tuxedo Avenue in their project to bring world-class recording studio design to the Detroit market.The 4,000 square foot building on Gratiot Avenue just north of Utica Road was an ideal fit for the new business with a large, double-height space that will serve as the new live room, space for two control rooms of Comentale’s signature design and multiple production rooms, artists” lounges, offices and other facilities. The whole project combines state-of-the-art technology with the proven layouts and construction details that have been developed by Comentale over the course of four decades of performing, engineering, designing and building similar studios for a host of blockbuster recording artists all over North America. Frank counts among the many studios to his credit such famous rooms as, Chung King Studios, The Hit Factory, P Diddy’s Daddy’s House, and Wycliff Jean’s Platinum Sound studio. His personal clients include, to name only a few, Glen Frey of the Eagles, Donald Fagan of Steely Dan and José Feliciano, Alicia Keyes, Queen Latifah, Ludachris and Peter Bliss.