Jersey City music community finds nurturing, state-of-the-art production space in aptly named Cocoon

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Although modern technology has made home recording accessible to anyone with a laptop, many musicians still invest time and money to make records in a professional studio. To learn why, look no further than Jersey City’s Corey Zack. Many local music fans recognize the amiable, curly-haired Zack as the sound engineer for promoter “Dancing Tony” Susco’s events around town, but musicians know him as the proprietor of the Cocoon, an artists sanctuary and recording studio that recently relocated to new digs in the Jersey City Heights. The Cocoon 2.0, nestled above a tattoo parlor on Hutton Street, …

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