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Best Studio for Head-Expanding Music Denver 2005 - helmet R00m

Randall Frazier not only fronts the moody, psychedelic outfit Orbit Service, but he's responsible for recording and mixing some of 2004's most engaging local releases, as well. After moving from a west Denver cellar to a space that currently shares walls with the Revoluciones art space, Frazier and production veteran Matthew Mensch helmed audio projects by Sons of Armageddon and Drop the Fear. Boasting 42-track digital production, Cubabse SX editing abilities and endless synth options, their R00m can likewise enhance any recording project with Hammond organs, Wurlitzers, cello or timpani. They're also branching into video production and will soon score international distribution throughout Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia. When it comes to head music, there's nothing like a R00m with a view.

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