About the studio:
1867 is a greater Boston recording studio. We are located 10 minutes from downtown Boston and feature a massive 50 x 50 x 30 foot live room that was once a temple, originally constructed in 1867. Our control room is a 17 x 14 x 11 foot room, built using modern design and construction for acoustic transparency and isolation, workability and comfort. Boston Magazine wrote a very nice article about us awhile back, you can find it here.
We are currently recording, mixing and booking projects. Browse through the site and contact us for any questions or booking information. Thanks.
Chris McLaughlin is the house engineer at 1867. For the past 15 years he has been involved in most aspects of record making and sound engineering. Some of Chris’s recording, mixing and production credits include: Max Weinberg, Fanfarlo, Mean Creek (2009 Best New Act/ 2011 Best Act, Best Male Vocal), Aberdeen City (Best Local Rock band, Best Song and Album 2005, 2006), Township (2006 WBCN song of the year winners), Boytoy and That Work. He has worked with Steve Lillywhite, Nic Hard, Sean Slade, and Amanda Palmer.