Recording studio

The Oaklander Hotel is also a recording studio

Many great musical acts passed by Pittsburgh’s Old Syria Mosque in Oakland before the hall was torn down in 1991. But at this location on Bigelow Boulevard, there is a brand new place for Pittsburgh residents and visitors alike to let off steam. A professional recording studio is nestled inside the brand new Oaklander Hotel in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood. In the video above, Shannon Perrine of Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 pays tribute to Fleetwood Mac at the studio at the Oaklander Hotel. is right. There is authentic equipment and a live sound engineer for professional singers as well as amateurs to record with. Nestled in the heart of Oakland with stunning views, the hotel had to find a signature hook like all Marriott Company Autograph Collection hotels. “We thought about what was here on the ground, and the Syria Mosque Musical Theater was here. And it’s very important to us to celebrate Pittsburgh’s history through music,” Perry Ivery said. , general manager of the Oaklander Hotel. “And everyone was there, from the Allman Brothers to Bruce Springsteen, Queen Latifah – you name it, they were here.” The hotel also has a handy vinyl collection. You can pick your favorite and they’ll play it in the living room – or perform your own tune. “Our guests will be able to go record there and then take that mp3 home and share it with family and friends,” Ivery said. “And then if you’re a local artist, you can come and book studio time with us and record any music, podcasts. Whatever you want to do, you can do it here at the Oaklander.” Talents like Morgantown’s Grace Campbell perform regularly at the Oaklander. The Oaklander is the official hotel for the Women Who Rock benefit concert, taking place Saturday at Stage AE. It will feature Jordan Sparks and support research into underfunded women’s health issues at the Magee-Womens Research Institute. “This is our nation’s first and largest research institute dedicated solely to women’s health, making a difference and impacting the lives of women, not just in Pittsburgh, but around the world. .” It’s a block honoring Pittsburgh’s musical history and inspiring its future. Click here to learn more about the Women Who Rock concert taking place October 15th. You can also book your own recording session at the Oaklander by following this link.

Many great musical acts passed through the Old Syria Mosque from Pittsburgh to Oakland before the hall was torn down in 1991.

But right here on Bigelow Boulevard, there’s a whole new place for Pittsburgh locals and visitors alike to let off steam.

A professional recording studio is nestled inside the brand new Oaklander Hotel in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood.

In the video above, Shannon Perrine of Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 pays tribute to Fleetwood Mac at the studio at the Oaklander Hotel.

It looks like part of the musical backdrop, but the Oaklander Hotel’s recording studio is very real. There is authentic equipment and a live sound engineer for professional singers as well as amateurs to record with.

Nestled in the heart of Oakland with stunning views, the hotel had to find a signature, like all of Marriott’s Autograph Collection hotels.

“We thought about what was here on the ground, and the Syria Mosque Musical Theater was here. And it’s very important to us to celebrate Pittsburgh’s history through music,” Perry Ivery said. , general manager of the Oaklander Hotel. “And everyone was there, from the Allman Brothers to Bruce Springsteen, Queen Latifah – you name it, they were here.”

The hotel also has a collection of handy vinyl records. You can choose your favorite and they’ll blast it in the living room – or perform your own tune.

“Our guests will be able to go record there and then take that mp3 home and share it with family and friends,” Ivery said. “And then if you’re a local artist, you can come and book studio time with us and record any music, podcasts. Whatever you want to do, you can do it here at the Oaklander.”

Talents like Morgantown’s Grace Campbell perform regularly at the Oaklander.

The Oaklander is the official hotel for the Women Who Rock benefit concert, taking place Saturday at Stage AE. It will feature headliner Jordan Sparks and support research into underfunded women’s health issues at the Magee-Womens Research Institute.

“We are so lucky to have [Magee-Womens] right here in Pittsburgh,” says Women Who Rock founder Melinda Collaizzi. “This is our nation’s first and largest research institute dedicated solely to women’s health, making a difference and impacting the lives of women, not just in Pittsburgh, but everywhere. the world.”

This is a block honoring Pittsburgh’s music history and inspiring its future

Click here to learn more about the Women Who Rock concert taking place on October 15th.

You can also book your own recording session at the Oaklander by following this link.