|Associated producer||Anthony J. Resta|
Bopnique Musique is a recording studio near Boston (USA) that serves as the home base for American record producer Anthony J. Resta.
About the studioEdit
The studio was established in the early 90s during Anthony J. Resta's tenure with Duran Duran. Housed in a large brick and beam textile mill constructed in 1908, the four thousand square foot studio is virtually a museum containing rare and unusual audio and music making tools of the past 75 years.
Some well known artists that have used the facility include Collective Soul, Shawn Mullins, Splashdown, Letters to Cleo, TV Mania, Nuno Bettencourt, Extreme, Missing Persons, Perry Farell, Del Marquis, Elton John, Sarah Evans, and Blondie.
External Links Edit
- "berklee alumni magazine feature"
- Mix magazine. http://mixonline.com/mixline/resta-crowleyandtripp-mics-071706/
- EQ magazine http://www.eqmag.com/article/satellite-party/mar-07/25982
- "Hitting The Big Time In A Small Town". Boston Globe|Date: Dec 27, 2002|By: Steve Morse, Globe Staff