Architect and Acoustician John Storyk

Architect and acoustician John Storyk has designed and provided construction supervision services for the professional audio and video recording community since the 1969 completion of Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland Studios in New York City.

In this exclusive video profile, Storyk discusses the new challenges and changes that he is faced with today while designing recording studios and multi-purpose spaces.aArchitect and acoustician John Storyk has designed and provided construction supervision services for the professional audio and video recording community since the 1969 completion of Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Ladyland Studios in New York City.

In this exclusive video profile, Storyk discusses the new challenges and changes that he is faced with today while designing recording studios and multi-purpose spaces.

ABOUT JOHN STORYK: John Storyk received his architectural studies from Princeton and Columbia Universities. As an independent designer engineer and principal designer of WSDG he has been responsible for over 2500 world-class audio video production facilities, inducing studios, radio stations, video suites, entertainment clubs and theaters. His work includes private studios for Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Ace Frehley, Russ Freeman, Taylor Dayne’s producer Rick Wake; Johnny Yuma Recording in L.A.; Greenway; C & C Music’s Robert Clavicles; Oven Studios (Alicia Keys); Roc the Mic (J-Z) and others. Professional audio video installations include Soundshop, Nashville; Crawford Post, Atlanta; Talking House (San Francisco); screening rooms for NYC’s Planet Hollywood and Technicolor; conference facilities for Mercury (Polygram), EMI, CEMEX, Sumitoma; large scale educational and performance facilities for Full Sail/Platinum Post (Orlando), Ex’Pression Center for New Media (San Francisco), and Jazz at Lincoln Center / XM Radio (New York city).

He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a frequent contributor to AES convention papers and professional industry periodicals. John is a frequent lecturer at schools throughout the nation. He has established courses in acoustics at both Full Sail and Ex’pression Center for the Media Arts. He is an adjunct professor of Acoustics and Studio Design at Berklee College of Music, Boston.

MORE INFORMATION: www.wsdg.com


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