Rue Boyer is located in a two-story building in a residential area within the inner ring of Paris. The recording studio is located on the bottom floor and the top floors consist of a series of production suites and office space used by the Mix with the Masters staff for day to day needs.
The studio consists of two main rooms, the 48m2 / 517 SF Studio A which serves as the primary teaching area but can also be converted into a live room, and the 19.5m2 / 204 SF Studio B. Studio A is designed to seat up to 20 students, and its 48-channel E-series SSL 4000 console is located on an elevator platform which allows it to disappear into the floor and easily convert the room into a live room where needed, with Studio B serving as the control room. Studio A is equipped with acoustic dampening curtains in order to provide maximum flexibility for its various uses and is also set up for Dolby ATMOS and video projection.
The studio also features a 15m2 Drum Room, side room, a pair of ISO Booths and a lounge. All the rooms have flexible connectivity to allow for multiple useful configurations. The lounge area of the studio was formerly a garden, and as such now features a glass ceiling and windows in order to preserve the aesthetics and feel of a calm, outdoor space.