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The Easy Allies Studio is the main EZA production facility for producing podcasts, shows, and livestreams. After almost three years in The Garage and reaching a $50,000 per month Patreon goal to acquire a dedicated studio space for expanded production capabilities, they officially moved into The Studio in Los Angeles on January 29, 2019.

Facilities include a main stage for filming podcasts and produced content, control room for the main stage, a streaming stage with multiple couches, an office area, library, bathroom, and green room.

In March 2020, Easy Allies officially halted production in The Studio due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and started working from home. In October 2020, they started producing next-gen console coverage in The Studio for the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. In May 2021, Easy Allies announced they would officially be returning to The Studio as a group on June 10, 2021. The date coincided with all of the Allies being fully vaccinated and COVID-cleared as well as the first day of E3.

History

On June 21, 2018, Easy Allies reached a set Patreon goal of $50,000 per month to acquire a studio. They announced they were moving into a studio on December 4, 2018 and their final day of production in The Garage was on January 22, 2019. Huber filmed a special Garage Farewell episode of Huber Syndrome while Hall of Greats Induction #8 commemorated their final night in The Garage. Brandon also covered the move-out process in a special episode of Cup of Jones

They officially moved production into The Studio on January 29, 2019 and celebrated with a video tour and launch party that included a playthrough of Monopoly Plus for PlayStation 4.[1] Facilities include a main stage for filming podcasts and produced content, control room for the main stage, a streaming stage with multiple couches, an office area, library, and green room. Easy Allies community member Sean Clinton shot and produced a backstage documentary for the studio launch party.

The main stage was constructed by Go Button Productions and was shown being built in a time-lapse video. A longer behind-the-scenes look at the overall studio construction was shown in Easy Update and Cup of Jones.[2] Isla also gave a look at drywall repair in the control room with Huber and applying acoustic panels in the main stage with Blood.

On February 3, 2020, Brandon gave an updated studio tour on Cup of Jones. It provided a look at elements that have been improved in 2019 and insight on things they were looking forward to getting in 2020. However in the following month, the global COVID-19 pandemic forced Easy Allies to halt production at the studio and work from home. This put shows such as the trivia game show Mysterious Monsters on hold while other podcasts, shows, and streams had to be updated to accommodate working from home. This included utilizing Zoom for video conferencing along with other sharing and watch-along software.

In October 2020, they temporarily returned to The Studio to produce next-gen console coverage for the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. In May 2021, Easy Allies announced they would officially be returning to The Studio as a group on June 10, 2021.[3] The date coincided with all of the Allies being fully vaccinated and COVID-cleared as well as the first day of E3. Following E3, they revealed their first studio Group Stream Night of 2021 would be on June 15th and a Return to the Studio Marathon stream would be held on June 18th to celebrate coming home.

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