Country artists Rascal Flatts latest release, Melt, was mixed and mastered on the Harrison SeriesTwelve at The Work Station studio in Emerald Entertainment Group (Nashville).
The Work Station is a full-service music-production facility located in the heart of Nashville's Music Row that offers a variety of production services, including overdubs, digital editing and sweetening, mixing, mastering and much more.
The band's self-titled Platinum debut CD (also mixed and mastered at Emerald) has had four Top 10 singles, including the chart-topping "Prayin' For Daylight" and the multimedia smash "I'm Movin' On," as well as stayed on the charts for two years. The band--comprised of Jay DeMarcus, Gary LeVox and Joe Don Rooney--has also scored appearances on the soundtracks for The Emperor's New Groove and We Were Soldiers. They were voted the ACM's 2001 New Vocal Group of the Year, and in 2002, they garnered the prestigious CMA Horizon Award.