Posted 10 April 2008, 21:56 by The Kennel
Ramsey Dabby, architect and friend to Wharon Tiers, whose design was largely followed in building The Kennel, dropped by to see his vision made concrete. He approved!
WT and Jim laid 9 rows of 3.25” plank in the Ruby Room, nearly half the job.
With the immense help of an air gun (thanks to the FDNY’s John Schatzle for the loan), James made short work of floor molding in the live room (not 100% done but much progress).
The big, green, glass lamp was deemed a great centerpiece for the live room. Our electrician will put in a separate switch so we can use it for mood lighting.
And the patch bays are in the house.
“My experience at the Kennel was top notch. James Pertusi is, by far, the best engineer I’ve worked with. The quality of tone he recorded for my trombone reflects exactly how I hear my sound. The room has the warmth of the older jazz studios, with the level of sound control you expect out of the modern studios. I can’t wait to record at the Kennel again.“
— Bradley Madsen