Noise In The Attic Studio

Noise in the Attic Studios

Noise in the Attic recording studio started as a project studio on steroids built by Rob Loyot, a former member of the band Entrain. His passion for analog sound served as a foundation for his design. NITA studio is a hybrid—it combines the editing facility of today’s digital systems and the warmth of a wide array of analog gear. It was acoustically co-designed with Paul Stewart (PAD, Genelec).

Not content to enjoy his studio for his own purposes, Rob set out to produce and engineer for up and coming New England based artists. He soon found himself working on Minky Starshine and the New Cardinals album “Hooray for L.A.” with names like Drew Townson (Boston Music Award Winner) and Ken Stringfellow (Posies, R.E.M., Big Star). “Hooray for L.A.” was nominated for “Album of the Year” in the Providence Phoenix. His next project would be born from a chance meeting with Girls, Guns and Glory frontman Ward Hayden. “Fireworks and Alcohol”, the debut CD by GG&G, was produced by Rob and engineered with the help of Sean McLaughlin (Elliott Smith).

Almost every project coming out of Noise in the Attic is placed in the able hands of Jeff Lipton (Dropkick Murphys, Dead Milkmen, Jeff Tweedy/Wilco) for mastering. We are huge fans of Jeff’s work.