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Who We Are

The Studio Files is a professional co-op of educators, producers, engineers, composers, videographers and promoters. Give us a call any time to discuss your project. Our specialty is distance collaboration, so no matter where you are, we can help you make it happen.

Damon Sink (WCU • Cullowhee, NC)
(513) 265-0146
damon at thestudiofiles.com

Dan Gonko (WCU • Cullowhee, NC)

stereochromatic (Dayton OH)
PJ Perretta

Under the Piano Productions (Detroit, MI)
Connor Smith
connorsmith _at_ thestudiofiles.com

BJSR • Go W/the Flow (Ohio and MichiganDayton, OH
ben at thestudiofiles.com


1. Joseph Ferguson - April 2, 2008

Wow, I have been subscribed to this blog for a long time and I just realized today that you are all in my area. I am a producer living and working out of Columbus, Ohio. Keep up the good work guys.

2. ConnorSmith - April 2, 2008

Heh 🙂 Small world.

I live in Cleveland, and everyone else is around Dayton. So, you are right in the middle.

3. Damon Sink - April 4, 2008

Thanks, Joseph.

Keep us posted by email about what you are doing as well.


4. gullfo - June 3, 2008

great site! the ability for people to collaborate remotely and create viable professional products is just amazing! Cheers!

5. Rev. D - June 5, 2008

Do you offer discounts for your favorite Department Chair in the world? I have a project but not sure how to even conceive of it.

6. Damon Sink - June 5, 2008

Rev. D!

Welcome to The Studio Files. We’d love to talk to you about your project. We’ll try to figure out which parts you can accomplish yourself and help you with the rest.

Send me an email and we can talk about it. You may find that there are other users here who want to do or are already doing something like you are visioning.

D (no rev. just heavy 🙂


7. Bill - October 9, 2008

Hi Connor or Damon its Bill . the one with the pro tools error on other pages. well ok for now. question i was watching your movie on tempo changes on pro tools le. I have the pro tools le 7.3.1 the console board type.i mac running on tigar. lots of waves plug ins. This tempo change thing i could never get it to work on regular recorded audio. i use real instruments. i noticed it works easy with midi. can it and should it work just as easy with audio wave style. i don’t use midi.

8. Blair - January 6, 2009

MSU alum here… former engineer for the College of Music there.

9. Chuck Barhorst - December 25, 2009

check out 22keowee.com
It’s a building I have for sale that is ideal for studio use.
Financing available for qualified buyers.

10. reinerio emilio fuentes - March 29, 2011

i got an m box 2 but the install cd didnt work for vista so i wait it 2 years and ended up buying 8 but they gave me a receipt 200 and something dollars no installation cd nothing i lost the cd for 7.4 am stuck with an mbox with no pro tools bought plugins everything and havent been able to record since then .

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