When Ben Franklin's old office wasn't available, we opted for the second best thing. Headquartered in New York City's West Village (in the old Bell Labs building), we've turned Alexander Graham Bell's office in our very own recording studio. From vintage analog gear and the latest digital plugins to crazy city views, all of our rooms have been prioritized for maximum creativity, vibe and efficiency.
Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847 in Edinburgh Scotland. AGB (nicknamed "Alec" by his wife) loved music and even taught himself to play piano. His father taught ‘elocution’ - how to speak clearly and correctly. When his mother (and eventually his wife as well) lost her hearing, AGB turned to his deep seeded interest in science and sound, to try to help her. This ultimately led to helping the deaf, sending human voices over wires, and you guessed it- the telephone!