New York

The Bunker Studio

  • 400 S. 2nd St., 1st Floor
  • Brooklyn NY 11211
  • Website

The Scoop

The Bunker Studio is a 3,000 square foot recording studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NYC that is owned and operated by musician/engineers John Davis and Aaron Nevezie. We are committed to preserving the art and science of analog recording and mixing, and understand the needs of musicians in terms of sound, space, and sightlines.

ROOM RATES with ENGINEER (hourly): $60-80, $80-$100, Contact for Rates
Clients/Credits: Dangermouse, Black Thought, Lettuce, Sonia Kitchell, K Flay, Tuneyards, Wakey! Wakey!, John Medeski, Des Roar, Eric Krasno, The Black Keys, Dub Trio, Mike Stern, Kelli Scarr, Moby, Matt Lowell, Punch Brothers, Me You Us Them, Ben Sidran, Vijay Iyer, Mike Ladd, Appomattox, Cloudeater, JoJo Mayer’s Nerve, Avi Fox-Rosen, The City and Horses, The London Souls, The Courtesy Tier, Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra, Lowry, The Kin, Eyal Maoz, Black Taxi, Mouchette, Mikael Jorgensen/Pronto, Dave Eggar, Richard Julien, Charlie Hunter, Aaron Dugan, Matisyahu, Mark Guiliana, The True Lovers, Here and Now Quartet, Doug Gillard, Ambulance, LTD, The Giraffes, Rosewood Thieves, Jay Collins, Dred Scott
Key Staff / In-House or Associated Talent: John Davis, Aaron Nevezie
Special Features: Large tracking room, SSL 4040E, Studer A80 24 track, Studer A810 1/4" 2 track, Iz Radar 24, Neumann, RCA, Geffel microphones, Plate reverb, multiple isolation, Kitchen, Lounge, 2 studios


Consoles, DAWs, Tape Machines: SSL 4040E, Pro Tools 10 HD3 Accel, Lynx Aurora 16s (32 IO) , Auditronics console, Studer A80 2" 24 track analog multitrack, Studer A810 1/4" 2 track recorder, iZ RADAR 24
Live Room Dimensions: Large: 751 – 1,200 sq ft,
Outboard Gear: Neve BAE 1084, Neve BAE 1073, Neve 1073LB, Neve 5012 Portico, API 512c, API 550, API 560, Daking 52270, Avalon U5, ShinyBox Si, Eisen Audio Custom John Hardy 990 circuit, Electro Harmonix 12AY7, UREI 564, Focusrite Trakmaster, Gates Sta-Level, Gates Solidstatesman, Federal AM864/U, Drawmer 1968me, SSL4000, Neve 33609, UA 1176, UREI LA-4, Daking FET compressor, DBX 160a, Symmetrix 501, Orban De-esser, Valley People Dyna-Mite, Echoplate III plate reverb, Bricasti M7, Eventide H3000, Lexicon PCM41, Lexicon MPX100, Roland RE-101 Space Echo, Roland DC30, Boss RX-100 Ibanez AD202, Korg SDD1000, Effectron ADM256, Korg KP3 KAOSS pad, Yamaha SPX90, Accutronics Spring Reverb
Microphones: Neumann U67, Neumann UM57, Neumann CMV563, Neumann U47fet, Neumann U77, Neumann U87, Neumann KM84, Gefell MT71s (pair), Gefell CMV692 (pair), Gefell CMV691 (pair), RCA 44, RCA 77d, RCA 74, Coles 4038, AKG 414 (pair), Groove Tubes GT44 (pair), Oktava MK012, Beyerdynamic m160, Beyerdynamic m201, Beyerdynamic m88, Placid Audio Copperphone, Audio-Technica 4047, Sennheiser e602, Sennheiser e604, Sennheiser e609, EV 635a, Shure SM57, Shure SM58, Shure Beta87, Nady RSM1
Monitoring: Westlake LC3w12, Yamaha NS10m, KRK V8, Auratone monitors, Bryston 4b, Bryston 2B
Software: Pro Tools 10HD, Logic 9, Ableton Live 8
Instruments & Amps: 1969 Steinway M grand piano, Yamaha Upright piano, Sohmer console piano, Hammond C3 with Leslie, Rhodes 54, Wurlitzer, Octave CAT analog monosynth, Yamaha CS5 analog monosynth, Yamaha CS01 analog monosynth, Dave Smith Prophet, Casio Casiotone 101, Roland RS-09, Korg Monotribe, Korg Monotron, Emu Emulator II, Toy Piano, CB Percussion Glockenspeil, Stylophone, 1966 Ludwig drumset, Sonor HiLite drumset, Premier drumset, 1968 Fender Super Reverb, 1969 Fender Vibro Champ, 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb Re-issue, Fender Bassman 50, Fender Blues Junior, 1960s Ampeg Gemini II, 1960s Gibson GA15 ‘Minuteman’, Moviola squawk box tube amp, WalterWoods bass amp, Aguilar AG500 bass amp, Aguilar DB751 tube/FET bass amp, Aguilar db112 bass cabinet, Aguilar db212 bass cabinet