The Studio-Room is the largest and, at the same time, most acoustically neutral space in the complex. However, it is equipped with acoustic screens that provide great variability of environments and separation between instruments. It could be considered a Live End-Dead End room as each end of the room has a markedly different acoustic character, with a huge acoustic trap running the width of the room (7m) and height (4m), while on the opposite side, a whole wall finished in rough stone gives it a slightly livelier response that is further complemented by the extension of the Stone-Room. The Studio-Room, itself, is interconnected with the Stone-Room and with the Control-room, making it possible to operate guitar or bass amplifiers from the Control-room, or send instrument signals, MIDI, AES or SPDIF digital, Video, Word Clock or simply audio to any of them. The Studio-Room has a large window to the outside, with total acoustic and thermal insulation, which allows for the daylight to flood the space. The room has a supply ventilation system with variable speed, and air conditioning.