Roseland Studios in Woodlake, California, is equipped for many functions. Not only does Roseland have a sound stage equipped for live performance, but according to the studios' website, they are "fully optimized for sound, lights, video and everything you need in-house to record, perform and broadcast music." The studio relies on "state-of-the-art equipment" in order to achieve this ambitious goal, which is why CEO Marshall Kipp recently added a 32 channel API 1608 to the mix. The studios are described as an "inspirational space", "with all the equipment and its installation hand-selected by Kipp to ensure an unparalleled recording experience." Kipp has been a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for the last 25 years, and built Roseland from the ground up in order to inspire and facilitate musicians and artists who are seeking quality and professionalism in their audio-visual pursuits.