Electrik Indigo Sound is a boutique full-service production studio located in the up-and-coming Industry City complex of arts and manufacturing buildings in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Electrik Indigo boasts a beautiful facility consisting of an 11’ x 17’ live room, and an 11’ x 17’ writing/mix/control room, plus two iso booths.
With a convenient location only two subway stops from Manhattan's Lower East Side, Electrik Indigo presents a warm and comfortable home away from home, featuring lots of natural light and custom-built reclaimed wood acoustic treatments. Great coffee and an international food court are located one building over.
Audio engineer and composer Aaron Robinson brings a diverse set of talents and interests to the table, including producing, engineering, mixing, and programming. And most importantly, he presents an easy-going, judgement-free atmosphere for you to explore and become your best self!
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Interview with Electrik Indigo Sound
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: How tall are you? 6'10"
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Rehearse rehearse rehearse and have fun!
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have been doing this since 2009 and just this past year moved into Electrik Indigo Sound. I studied with Michael Trepagnier (Philip Glass, Coldplay) at The Academy of Contemporary Music in Oklahoma City. I moved to New York soon after graduating and engineered in studios including Terminus in Times Square and Reservoir in Midtown. My music compositions have been performed at The Florence Dance Festival, CalArts, North Carolina School of the Arts, The University of Oklahoma, The Orlando Fringe Festival as well as various venues around NYC. I also work as a live sound engineer and have recently toured the USA and Canada with bands Bear Hands, Foals, Savoir Adore, and Kiev.