Recording

STEP INTO THE PARLOR

The Parlor Recording Studio, originally owned by Randy Travis, reopened its doors on Nashville's Music Row. New owners Larry Sheridan and Robin Ruddy 11/01/2002 7:00 AM Eastern

The Parlor Recording Studio, originally owned by Randy Travis, reopened its doors on Nashville's Music Row. New owners Larry Sheridan and Robin Ruddy (also owners of Best Built Songs and Parlor Productions) have redesigned the studio with Michael Cronin of Michael Cronin Architects.

The room is equipped with a Sony DMX-R100 digital console and a Trident sidecar. Tape formats include 48 tracks of iZ RADAR hard disk and a 24-track/2-inch Studer 800 analog machine. The studio also features a Yamaha C7 grand piano with MIDI.

For more, visit www.BestBuiltSongs.com.

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