Since we started out in the early 1970’s, we’ve always found innovative ways to make our clients happy. At the time, digital echo or reverb didn’t quite exist, so we created an echo chamber in the empty basement swimming pool of the Old English Tudor home that was once owned by baseball’s Ty Cobb, which is where the studio was originally located.
Expansion soon became necessary, and in 1976 we leased 3,800 square feet of space in Southfield, Michigan. Outfitted with the latest technology, a creative staff and quality afternoon cocktails served at Rosie’s, we revolutionized the post industry by truly catering to the heart of the business: The clients. Along the way, we expanded that location to over 15,000 square feet of knobs and buttons that would have made NASA jealous.
Fast forward to 2013. We move to our new building in Royal Oak, Michigan. What was once a Ford showroom for the Model T transformed into one of the top post production facilities in the nation. Our prime location and talented staff ensure that we keep doing what we do: create.
Welcome to the next generation of Ron Rose Milagro.