After working in Los Angeles for the early part of the decade with some notable producers (Andy Johns, Jimbo Barton, Carmen Rizzo) and artists (Rush, Elliott Smith, Marilyn Manson, Death Row Records), Sean McLauglin started 37’ Productions as a means for musicians to achieve high quality, label-ready recordings routinely unavailable to unsigned artists.
McLaughlin moved back to his hometown of Boston in 2004, collecting a vast array of gear along the way. In 2006, McLaughlin purchased a Pro Tools HD|3 rig and moved 37’ to the town of Rockland. The location houses all the aforementioned gear (Neve, API, Neumann, Soundelux, Chandler, Universal Audio and many others) as well as a large recording space, extensive list of available studio musicians and a prodigious amp and pedal collection that would make any gear enthusiast smile. In 2013, Sean had the honor of being named Producer of the Year by the New England Music Awards.
Above all, the studio provides a very creative workflow and comfortable atmosphere. The main tenet of 37’ Productions is to build a great working relationship with artists to get the best results possible, which is why a majority of artists who record here are and continue to be returning or long standing clients. Please see the client list and feel free to contact Sean with any studio or audio related questions you may have.
I’ve always had a passion for audio, growing up I was always recording everything I thought sounded interesting, my passion turned into a career. After graduating high school I was fortunate enough to attend the New England Institute of art and get a degree in audio and media technology. Since graduating I’ve engineered, produced and mixed countless albums. These days I spend my time as the co owner and house engineer at 37ft productions. On off days I work as an assistant engineer at Peerless Mastering as well as a freelance A1 for Bergsten music.