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Take A Look Inside Danny Tengalia’s Home Studio

By now you've probably seen home studios from Deadmau5, Hans Zimmer and Paris Hilton, but now Danny Tengalia has outdone everyone by posting 40 photos of his famous loft to Facebook. In the photos below, Danny shows off everything from his large dance floor where Boiler Room was once filmed to the disco ball from NY nightclub Paradise Garage.

As part of Danny Tengalia's Facebook post, he announced that he is looking to rent out part of the loft to DJs and producers in need of recording space.

“I've been leasing the loft all by myself for 11 years now and have “never”, not once rented or sub-leased! But it is becoming more and more costly and after even more recent construction I've decided to start renting out the “Recording Studio Room AND the DJ Room” (separately or as a package deal) with the original sound system from Vinyl, Shelter, Body&Soul, Nasa, etc, re-installed and updated by GSA after I purchased it. My intention is to rent This “Loft in Paradise” out only to very serious and professional minded Artist, Producers and DJ's that would like to produce their works in a great environment as well as rehearsing their DJ skills on a Real Feel Nightclub system with “no neighbors”

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Interested? Contact his studio manager from the Facebook link here.

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