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Island SoundWorks Recording Studio Moves to Larger Space

Jan. 29, 2007 — Island SoundWorks has moved to new, larger facilities, according to a news release.
"Due to our increasing growth and new business opportunities, all of the ISW companies have relocated to Suite 200, 171 Altona, on St. Thomas," the release said.
ISW's new facility will feature much larger studio rooms, a full-service conference center with video-conferencing capabilities and a full sound stage, dressing room and editing suite for ISW Media, the studio's full-service media and advertising division.
"In order to continue serving our existing clientele and projects, our operation is up and running in a section of our new headquarters," the release said. "It will be 'business as usual' through our transition period. Construction of our comprehensive media center has already begun, and is scheduled to be completed by April 15, 2007."
The new location lies between the airport and downtown and features ample parking and less traffic congestion than the old facility, the release said.
"ISW would like to take this opportunity to thank Richard Spenceley for his generous support and involvement to date, and to wish him the very best in his future endeavors," the release said.
For more information, please contact ISW at 340-714-7711 or by email.
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