Studio Facilities

Tonal Vision's Steinway Grand Piano

The first floor is dominated by Kaig's often-recorded
Steinway concert grand piano (above).

Tonal Vision is located in a historic row house in the Fell's Point Historic District. The city estimates it was built in 1837 and completely renovated in the 1970's. Kraig and Jacquie Greff purchased the building in 1993 and began converting large portions of it for audio recording and business space.

Clients appreciate the warmth and character of the decor, the charm of the neighborhood, and the proximity to restaurants, hotels and Inner Harbor's thriving business community.

Tonal Vision's 3rd Floor Studio

Our studio is a 12x12 ft. space on the third floor, where we can shoot video as well as record voice-overs and small music productions. Toward the rear of the 3rd floor, a late-model Mac runs the latest music and audio software, including Nuendo, Digital Performer, Logic Pro and the Vienna Instruments orchestral sample library. Accessories include Genelec speakers, a Manley Slam, Apogee Converters, Nord piano, and a sound effects library of over 100 CDs.

Tonal Vision video editing workstation Our editing suite is now located in the rear office on the 2nd floor. We have two Mac-based video editing stations running Final Cut Studio and Adobe Creative Suite software, supplemented by Genelec speakers and a variety of video decks, hard drives and monitors. The room also houses a Microboards MX2 DVD/Blu-ray publisher and a Drobo.