Recording the progress

Advocate staff photo by HEATHER MCCLELLAND -- Scott Deumite of Deumite Construction walks through an 8,000-square-foot recording studio that is part of the new headquarters for PreSonus off Highland Road. The Urban Land Institute Louisiana organized a tour of the property Tuesday evening. The building, designed by Baton Rouge architects Ritter Maher and developed by Moniotte Investments, will accomodate at least 125 employees. Among the unique features of this building will be a specialized high-tech recording studio/R&D space that is being custom-designed for PreSonus engineering and testing teams. PreSonus designs and makes audio-recording and live-sound software, hardware and related accessories. Show caption
Advocate staff photo by HEATHER MCCLELLAND -- Scott Deumite of Deumite Construction walks through an 8,000-square-foot recording studio that is part of the new headquarters for PreSonus off Highland Road. The Urban Land Institute Louisiana organized a tour of the property Tuesday evening. The building, designed by Baton Rouge architects Ritter Maher and developed by Moniotte Investments, will accomodate at least 125 employees. Among the unique features of this building will be a specialized high-tech recording studio/R&D space that is being custom-designed for PreSonus engineering and testing teams. PreSonus designs and makes audio-recording and live-sound software, hardware and related accessories.