Category:Hyde Street Studios

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Wally Heider first opened up a studio in Los Angeles, California. Heider later saw the need for musicians involved in the nascent San Francisco Sound to have their own recording studio.

In early 1969, Heider opened the San Francisco Wally Heider's Studio at 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco, between Turk and Eddy Streets, across the street from Black Hawk jazz club. Heider planned four studios—A and B on the ground floor and C and D upstairs. However, studio B was never finished and instead became a game room.

In 1980 Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco was sold and became Hyde Street Studios, still running as of 2008.

External links[edit]

History / Studio A / Studio D / Floating gears

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