The Studio

Stone Studio is located in the foothills of the Berkshires in Lakeville, Connecticut. At just a 2-hour getaway from New York City (and accessible by Metro-North), the studio offers a relaxed and focused creative environment. The studio is housed inside an old converted carriage house where the natural acoustics are open, balanced, and soulful.

Inside the studio is a full kitchen, full bathroom, big screen projector, fresh coffee, a stocked bar, and the comforts and amenities of home. Outside the studio, the Berkshires offers some of the best lake activities, white water rafting, hiking, skiing, farmer's markets, restaurants, distilleries and craft breweries.

About Us

The studio is operated by Graham Stone and Ariel Loh. Together, we strive to make Stone Studio a musician's getaway and creative retreat.

The space is designed as an open-layout studio - we believe the creative process is fluid and we like to help keep the creative energy flowing in a single room. Sounds can inspire songs and songs can inspire sounds and we want to help nurture that ideology in your music. We have painstakingly collected and paired vintage instruments, recording equipment, and other sound toys that we find inspiring to compliment the space. We hope to share the space we with you and your music.

Sound Workshop 34C Console (30 ch loaded)
Amphion One12
B&W DM602 s3
RME Fireface UFX
Apogee Big Ben Clock
Pro Tools 10/11/12
Folcrom Summing
Hearback Monitoring

Shadow Hills Quad Gama w/ Iron transformer Mod (4 channels)
Universal Audio 2-610 (2 channels)
Focusrite ISA428 (4 channels)
RME Preamps (4 channels)
Mackie 800r (8 channels)

API 527
ADL1000 (LA-2A Clone)
Elysia Xpressor 500 (2 channels)
DBX 160a
DBX 1066

(1) Violet Amethyst Vintage Model
(1) Oktava MK-13 (1970 multi-pattern tube condenser w/ M7)
(1) RCA 74b (Sank Modified)
(2) Royer R121
(2) Mojave MA-100
(1) AKG D112
(2) AKG C414 EB (brass capsule) **
(1) Audix complete DP7 drumkit mic kit
(2) Electro Voice RE10
(1) Electro Voice Lecturn Mic
(1) Rode NTK
(2) Rode NT1
(1) Sennheiser e609
(2) Shure KSM 137
(1) Shure Beta 52
(5) Shure SM57
(2) Shure Beta57
(2) Shure Beta58
(1) Shure SM7B
(2) Shure 330 **
(1) Neumann U87Ai **

1970's Premier Powerhouse Kit (22 x 13 x 14 x 16)
1978/1979 Camco Kit (24 x 14 x 18)
1950’s Musketeer Bass Drum
1960's Teisco Del Ray (5 x 14)
1970's Premier Chrome Over Aluminum (6.5 x 14)
1970's Premier Birch Flo Beam (8 x 14) **
1960's Ludwig Supraphonic (5 x 14) **
Zildjian 14" K Custom Dark Hi-Hats
Zildjian 18" K Custom Dark Crash
Zildjian 20" K Custom Dark Ride
Istanbul Agop Turk 19" Crash Ride
Istanbul Agop OM 22" Ride
Assorted percussion

** by request - advance notice required
updated on 3.5.18

Guitars + Bass
Fano JM6
1966 Fender Mustang **
2005 Fender Strat-o-sonic
2006 Epiphone Casino Elitist
1966 Kent Model 740
1967 Guild Starfire Bass
1974 Musicman Stingray Neck/Sabre Body Bass
1960's Danelectro/Coral Short Scale Hollow Body Bass
Custom Telecaster (w/ vintage Hofner pickup)
Custom Friendocaster (Tele w/ rosewood fingerboard)
Aria P-55 Classical

1957 Fender Princeton
1975 Fender Deluxe Reverb
1950's Rickenbacker M11
1964 Supro Thunderbolt
1960 Supro 1616T **
1960's Ampeg SB-12 (w/ the ghost of Les Paul)
1965 Hilgen B2502 Basso Profundo
Vox AC-15 C1 (w/ vintage Celestion Blue) **
Cordovox CL-20 Rotary Speaker

Keyboards + Synthesizers
Wurlitzer 200
Moog Opus 3
Moog Source
Moog Voyager **
Roland Juno 60 **
Arp Odyssey 2813 Mk II **
Ace Tone Top 5 Combo Organ
Suzuki Omnichord OM-84
Multivox Rhythm Ace
Hammond BB Bass Melodica
Boston Upright Piano
Assorted toy pianos

Pedals + FX
AKG BX-20 Spring Reverb
Roland RE-301 Chorus Echo **
Maestro Echoplex EP-3
KNAS Ekdhal Moisturizer (Spring Reverb)
Multivox MXD-5
Aguilar Filter Twin
Boss DD-5
Earthquaker Devices Organizer
Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer
Maxon TS-9 Tube Screamer
MXR Carbon Copy
Fulltone OCD
Seymour Duncan Twin Tube
Strymon Big Sky **
trymon Ola
Strymon Timeline
Subdecay Spring Theory
Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus


Graham Stone:
Ariel Loh: