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Sound Stage Studios and Ronnie’s Place on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee are two of the city’s few historic studios to successfully survive the recording industry tumult of the 2000s, and the neighboring facilities are now thriving under management from Black River Entertainment. Together, the forty-plus year-old studios claim over five hundred number-one singles and hundreds of millions of albums sold by practically every big name in country and crossover music, including Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and, more recently, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood…
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Building a Recording Studio? Need assistance resolving sound issues?
Here are some of our Studio Essential products that will get you going in the right direction.
Spider is a high quality eight channel mic-preamplifier mixer with two types of digital outputs: stereo and eight channel. The stereo output is for recording engineers who do stereo or multi-channel recording and want a very flexible audio path. The eight channel output allows the system to function as an analog front end for DAWs,… Read more »
The SUBWOOFER PROS Studio Sub 12 is a self-powered high end subwoofer system employing bass management, hi pass filtered outputs, and a sealed box front firing 12” high excursion cone low frequency driver. The use of the INFRA™ technology (developed by Bag End) mated to a built in 500 Watt US built power amplifier provides flat… Read more »
The Xtra Boom is Latch Lake’s go-to product for mic arrays and tricky mic placement. It’s an accessory boom that enables you to hang multiple microphones from one stand featuring a single lever lock system adjusting the extension, orientation and spin of the boom. Then locks it firmly in place. It will attach to any… Read more »
Set the “way back” machine for 1958 when you could have walked out of Manny’s Music on 48th St. in New York City with a shiny new Gold Top Les Paul for under $1000. If you were a recording geek, you could have walked out of Gotham Audio [located just a few blocks away]… Read more »
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