Here is a series of pictures of the singer and pianist Beranger recording his songs in the Funkhaus studio complex in Berlin.
The Funkhaus was built from 1953 to 1956 by Bauhaus architect Franz Ehrlich. Originally, the Funkhaus was East Germany's central radio station; it holds the largest studio complex in the world. The numerous recording spaces range from the 1000m² concert hall, which can host a symphony orchestra, all the way down to a telephone booth.
This array of recording rooms had its moment of glory under the label "Planet Roc Studio". In those days, it was animated by producer Werner Krumme, who brought international stars such as Sting, Mariah Carey, Black Eyed Peas and Alice Cooper to record in these rooms.