O'Henry Sound Studios

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O'Henry Sound Studios was a commercial studio complex in Burbank, California, that was owned by engineer Hank Sanicola and his wife, Jacqueline Sanicola.[1][2] Hank's father, Hank Sanicola, Sr. (1914–1974), was a long time manager (until 1962) for Frank Sinatra.

History[edit]

The facility opened in 1993, designed with the help of architect Jack Edwards and studio consultant Rick Ruggieri.[1] The studio closed in 2005.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b O'Henry Sound Studios, Burban Mix Magazine (mixonline.com) 2001-5-1 Retrieved 2010-06-11.
  2. ^ "Accelerated Studio – O'Henry Sound Studios," by Elise M. Malmberg (born 1962), DigiZine, Vol. 3, No. 10, Fall 2004 (retrieved May 26, 2017; website registrant is Avid Technology; DigiZine, published about 10 times a year, ran from 2002 to 2009)

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