Translation of studio in Spanish:


estudio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈst(j)udiˌoʊ//ˈstjuːdɪəʊ/


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    estudio masculine
    exercise studio gimnasio masculine
    • In the recording studios their emphasis on fragmentary noises and localised sound added a whole new dimension to music.
    • The Fall Art Tour, which has been held each October for eight years, invites visitors into the studios of local artists to catch a glimpse of how they work.
    • Before 1760 ‘celebrity portraits’ were viewed only by this intimate circle, in their houses or in the artists' studios.
    • A number of artists' studios were also damaged or completely destroyed.
    • How many more tapes are waiting to be found in the vaults of recording studios in deepest, darkest Jamaica?
    • He would drag his fellow dancers into rehearsal studios during their lunch hour, or borrow any who were not needed temporarily by another choreographer.
    • After two years of mind-numbing lessons in classical music, he finally realised the degree wasn't for him and decided to set up a recording studio with one of his mates.
    • In the past, these brick relics have seen service as artists' studios, photographers' darkrooms and birdwatchers' huts.
    • Many major art works were destroyed, and the local artists' studios housed in the towers were wiped out.
    • The walking tours differ from other art walks in that, while some are self-led, others are led by a curator who might focus on a particular studio or group of artists' studios.
    • They also point out that the simple shape helps to accommodate the warren of recording studios required within the building.
    • I think the hours mom and aunt put in at the recording studios, singing so many songs and rehearsing for them, gave them their practice.
    • The former interactive gallery has been transformed into classrooms which will be used by local schools, dance studios and a small performance space, with impressive views over Salford Quays.
    • The new park will feature open air art studios as well as sculpture.
    • After a reported £3m refit the mansion now boasts three gazebos, a recording studio, gym and snooker room plus Versailles-style fountains.
    • The band has been offered recording time in top studios owned by Trotwood's pals in the music industry.
    • Also in this part of the house are two further bedrooms, a bathroom, an artist's studio and a utility room with original flagstone flooring.
    • The self-funded academy has spent about £50,000 on the new building, which includes a dance studio and café.
    • Presumably he also has a fear of recording studios, which would explain the energy levels he brings to his vocals.
    • They often meet for the first time in a Board of Education night class or a dance studio, where they must come to grips with the proper dance hold and the box step.
    • The county has two main professional recording studios, which can be hired by the hour or by the day.
    • Between day jobs, Donovan studied sound recording and built the studio, amassing the gear and the expertise to manoeuvre the band's integral process.
    • Last night at the dance studio, we practiced the rueda.
    • The leisure club should offer a swimming pool, hot spas, steam rooms, luxury changing rooms, fully equipped gyms, dance studios and a range of keep-fit classes.
    • After he discovered the power of images as propaganda, for example, the studios of artists such as Gros, Gerard, and Isabey were busy making copies.
    • Once renovations are complete, the new building will host four spacious dance studios as well as office and storage space.
    • As Siegfried is left on his own reality returns, the studio reappears and the dancers drift back in for the next rehearsal.
    • The goal is to get dancers and nondancers alike to support their neighborhood dance studios, so the central focus will be on open studio events.
    • Their guided tour involved a look into the many recording studios with demonstrations for anyone interested in a career in sound engineering.
    • I'm always visiting galleries, artists' studios, art fairs, in addition to reading periodicals and fashion magazines.
    • A dance studio at the stadium was given over entirely to the singer, and transformed into his dressing room.
    • The place has an amphitheatre, a dance studio, and a restaurant serving Goan food.
    • If they were in a recording studio, a sound engineer would solve half their problems at the flick of a switch.
    • In the practice studio, this exercise lasts thirty minutes and propels performers into a trance.
    • This is the second year the collective put on the elaborate tap show that involves dancers and studios from all over the Lower Mainland.
    • I picked up my stuff and we walked together from the dance studio to the gym.
    • Over the past two years Wright has been absent from the dance studio and his choreographic career appeared to be over.
    • If it were up to me, I'd give Vuggy a recording studio, just to see what kind of new sound they might come up with.
    • The business has been expanded because of its revolutionary way of giving online access to professional recording studios for any amount of work without incurring hourly fees.
    • There she opened Frenchman's Art Gallery and Studios, a cooperative studio and gallery where artists would work in the same space.
    • When she was sure the man had gone, the shaken motorist went in to the dance studio, from where the police were called.
    • No longer, however, do you need expensive equipment and recording studios to tinker with and save the music you create.
    • Arrangements have been made for the band to move their recording studios to a new building and details of the development will be announced in the next few weeks.
    • In 1874 Monet's Impression, Sunrise was shown at the first exhibition of a group of independent artists in the studio of the photographer Nadar.
    • More than 500 dancers from approximately 50 studios and companies will perform in the event.
    • We're known for being a little Mecca for artists and studios, as well as supporting the arts.
    • As his reputation declined, the sculptor retreated to his studio and stopped exhibiting.
    • For him the most satisfying part of the job is creative engagement with his dancers in the studio.
    • You know, most recording studios are in the grimmest of locations.
    • The biggest impact on her early career came when she teamed up with Jon Hendricks and Dave Lambert, and the trio created a new sound in the recording studios.
    • Few studio recordings have ever sounded so live and spontaneous.
    • You can't get a keyboard, sax, trumpet, trombone, bass or drum player to sound better in a recording studio.
    • The cafe, opened as a feature of the baths in 1937, could be replaced by a dance studio to cater for an increasing trend for indoor exercise such as Pilates and aerobics.
    • Its initial mission included providing exhibition spaces for independent curators and studios for 20 artists a year.
    • We see a photo-collaged image of the artist seated in his studio next to a large photograph of a woman exposing herself.
    • Joanny spent long afternoons in the studios of artists and friends of his parents, where he studied technique.
    • Participants are invited to visit local artists' studios to view or even purchase art.
    • Currently on view at State of the Art is a show featuring the work of artists who live along the Ithaca Art Trail, a collection of 47 artist studios located in the area.
    • To wrap up the project, the artist visits the studio and signs the finished sculptures.
    • I'm not pretending that the switch is going to be all magic, that the first day in the studio not as a dancer is going to be easy.
    • The record was mostly recorded in a residential studio, as the band were keen to distance themselves from the distractions of everyday life.
    • The whole theory seems to evolve around the moon landing never happening and actually being shot in a film studio or other Earth based location.
    • This would house the Sonic Laboratory, recording studios, research laboratories and office space.
    • They'll enjoy a meal with Chris and will see the programme broadcast live from the BBC studios in Cardiff.
    • A combination of library, cinema, academic centre and film studio, its windows glow serenely on the featureless horizon.
    • And I hadn't known any other life, other than, you know, hotel rooms and concerts and records and studios and press conferences.
    • It also unveiled plans for a £600,000 Community Media and Training Centre with radio and recording studios.
    • There is no applause, so perhaps this performance was recorded in the studios for a later broadcast.
    • The series coincided with a push by programme makers to persuade a reluctant BBC to let them leave the studio and film on the streets.
    • Presenter Everard Davy will host the breakfast programme from the studio in the school and some of the pupils will broadcast live during the programme.
    • The film's success enabled him to establish his own studio, which attracted many animators keen to embrace Williams' perfectionist approach.
    • Those who knew him away from the studio observed that he was somewhat shy, and the persona he created helped him to be a commanding presence on the set.
    • Community studios are already established in Wrexham and Carmarthen.
    • John Logie Baird, television innovator, with lots of pictures of Baird and his wonky machines, including a diagram of the early TV studios at Crystal Palace.
    • The studios at the BBC programme received 27 calls in 45 minutes from people with information.
    • Radio 3 still does a great job broadcasting and recording at concert halls and festivals but the days when the BBC employed musicians to make programmes in its own studios sadly went years ago.
    • Talking heads gather round tables in broadcasting studios and discuss them.
    • Most of the material on this DVD was recorded at the studios of ORTF - the national radio and television network of France.
    • There were seven studios, the cinemas and maybe TV if your film was really popular.
    • It operated its own studio and laboratories, functioned more efficiently.
    • Ocean will not share any programming with any other station and we will broadcast our main programmes from studios in Sligo, Donegal and Manorhamilton.
    • Colleagues say that he has been relying on snatches of food and drink from the hospitality rooms of television studios.
    • Jamaican radio stations and their listeners will join in the party at Pebble Mill studios via chat rooms, an internet guest book and a 360 degree web camera.
    • Archer met with deputy culture minister Rhona Brankin last month and discussed the possibility of a film studio based in Glasgow.
    • The new strike force of Shaun Bartlett and Carlton Cole looked lively - although Bartlett now seems more at home in a TV studio than in front of goal with ball.
    • I guarantee that this movie was sold to a studio based on a concept long before a word of script was written.
    • He established his own studio in his garden at Isleworth, London, with Harold Bastick as his cameraman.
    • I want to work in a film studio or production company as a creative executive and then produce films.
    • Kirsten had graduated with a degree in music and had been working and radio stations and recording studios almost half of her life.
    • A whole era of cinema will disappear with Alexandre, the studios will fall into disuse, films will be shot in the streets without stars or scripts.
    • While Reid clattered around broadcasting studios explaining why sections of the security services were out to get his government, a number of senior figures within Downing Street were wincing.
    • We will be shooting March 6-10 in San Francisco in a private studio.
    • This is not a big studio production, made with an eye for middle America.
    • Tracking is how studios tend to estimate what kind of traction their film has.
    • Over the past three years, Rank has sold off holiday centres, cinemas, nightclubs, pubs and film studios.
    • There is also an option of extending the site He said he had favoured a proposal to create a film studio at the power station site, but that idea was no longer being pursued.
    • It would be based in the college's Arts Factory TV and radio studios and broadcast initially over the Internet.
    • At its best, the summer school brings the Trinity College debating society or the television studio in the local parochial hall or hotel conference room.
    • And as major studios increasingly concentrated on producing big-budget films, independents filled a void.
    • By the early 1990s, Disney and Warner Brothers studios opened retail stores selling animation art.
    • Munich-based Kirch Holding owns the broadcasting rights to the World Cup and has film contracts with Hollywood studios, including Disney.
    • The producer at a small Glasgow television and film studio has become the first Scot to scoop a news and documentary Emmy, the TV equivalent of an Oscar in the US.
    • Bill collapsed during filming in Yorkshire Television studios in June.
    • As cinema grew and the studios created their own backgrounds this ‘reality’ in film declined.
    • Mayo says talk of selling the film to production studios has been positive, although there's no contract yet.
    • They include senior representatives from all the major film and television studios.
    • A film or television studio will fit the bill for a car service, but she probably paid for her own plane ticket.
    • It has lured Hollywood studios and production companies by initially offering a 100 per cent tax write-off.
    • In fact, in the past, student film-makers have signed deals with Hollywood studios on the basis of their graduating work.
    • Readers of this blog are, by definition, sophisticated and worldly-wise individuals who know full well that major film studios do not read unsolicited screenplays.
    • By the immediate pre-war stage, the major film studios were already producing pin-up shots of their stars which were sent out as pre-film release publicity teasers.
    • It's a bit hard to tell what films cost because studios and producers lie about it so much, but neither statement is right.
    • Today, shorn of its Odeon cinemas and Pinewood studios, the entertainment group's tie with the film industry is limited to its Deluxe film processing unit.
    • He is a passionate defender of the noble art of genre film-making, something he feels was ruined by spendthrift Hollywood studios.
    • A deal would allow TimeWarner to boost its DVD sales with the studio's substantial film database.
    • Now, Burbank is the home to many film and television studios, including NBC, Universal, Disney, Warner Brothers.
    • Fox Home Video is also set free for producing the best special edition discs of all the major studios.
    • Bit by bit studios like Warner Brothers and MGM are opening up their vaults and letting various classics from different time periods out into the digital world.
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    Television Radio Cinema
    estudio masculine
    film/TV studios estudios de cine/TV
    • before noun the studio audience el público presente en el estudio
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    (masculine plural) estudios
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    studio (apartment / flat) estudio masculine River Plate