My name is Miles Senzaki, and I'm a producer, composer, recording engineer, and drummer. I spent two years of my life researching acoustics and studio design, and then another year and a half of hard, sweaty labor, in the pursuit of constructing the best sounding room in LA.

Named in honor of my grandmother—my hero and inspiration—Grandma's Dojo is the realization of a life-long dream to build a space for music—a place to produce, record, and contribute to the larger community of creativity in this crazy, amazing city.

The Dojo is the perfect environment for all types of recording, editing, mixing, and mastering. It has an assortment of world-class microphones, boutique mic preamps, and a pristine signal chain to capture all that sound—not to mention various lovely instruments, including a Fender Rhodes, 1920s Farrand upright piano, and a whole assortment of vintage drums.

For a detailed list of gear, click here.
For more info on the creation of the studio, which couldn't have been possible without the enormous generosity and support of family, friends, and fellow musicians, click here.
For information on Well Versed Productions, my music production company for all forms of film and digital media, see our website here.