Conway Recording Studios

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Conway Recording Studios is a recording and post production facility in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States.

Conway has hosted a variety of producers, mixers and artists, such as Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, The Weeknd, Evanescence, Alicia Keys, Barbra Streisand, The Black Eyed Peas, Blink-182, Britney Spears, Carlos Santana, Christina Aguilera, Dave Matthews Band, Daft Punk, Enrique Iglesias, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Guns N' Roses, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry,[1] Ke$ha, KISS, Korn, Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Marilyn Manson, Maroon 5, Metallica, Michael Jackson, Miley Cyrus, No Doubt, Pharrell Williams, Phil Collins, Pink, Prince, Queens of the Stone Age, Ray Charles, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Seal, Selena Gomez, Stevie Wonder, U2, Whitney Houston.

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It started in 1972 as an eight track mastering studio, and was later purchased by Buddy and Susan Brundo in 1976.[citation needed] Since then, the studio complex has been rebuilt from the ground up by studio designer and architect Vincent Van Haaff.[2][3]

Grammy Award winning producer and engineer Peter Mokran uses Studio B often.[4]

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Conway's studio perimeter includes a tropical garden area, located in a 54,000-square-foot (5,000 m2) gated complex. This feature makes it harder for paparazzi to photograph and enter the studio and parking area, improving the privacy of higher end artists and music professionals.[5][6][7]

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Coordinates: 34°5′0″N 118°18′41″W / 34.08333°N 118.31139°W / 34.08333; -118.31139