Walnut Studio is the southwest Connecticut creative production facility of DIGIFON serving Fairfield and New Haven Counties, 60 miles northeast of New York City, centrally positioned between Greenwich and New Haven, right next to Westport. Discreetly located on a tree-lined street in a quiet neighborhood, Walnut offers privacy in low-key surroundings. A great music recording studio along with an ADR stage make this a go-to destination for production and post production.
Worldwide connectivity is supported by DIGIFON's extensive ISDN and IP capabilities. All popular audio codecs are on site including DolbyFax, Musicam, Telos, APT and Source-Connect enabling remote ADR, narration, live broadcast, interviews, voiceovers, music track contribution, mix approval.
Our studio features high-end mics, recording and processing software and equipment yielding excellent results in an acoustically balanced environment.
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There is a comfortable lounge and a cozy kitchen. Dozens of restaurants and food take-out/delivery places are under 5 minutes away.
Owner, Dave Immer, brings his vast New York music experience having worked with top talent such as Michael Brecker, Patti Austin, Valerie Simpson, Marc Cohn, Luther Vandross, Zack Sanders, Michael Bolton on projects such as AT&T, Coke, Pepsi, GE, Chevy, Ford, General Mills, Johnson & Johnson, Maxwell House, KFC, McDonalds, Michelob, American Express, etc.
Immer co-authored with Bobby Alessi the song "Savin' The Day", produced by Phil Ramone, which was featured in the movie "Ghostbusters", the soundtrack album of which went platinum and was nominated for a Grammy Award.