For up-and-coming musicians, there are a handful of studios in Atlanta that can produce the high-quality demo needed for that next big break.
Some of the once-unknown hip-hop stars who laid down tracks in these studios are some of today’s biggest stars.
And all it takes is a lead!
Here are a handful of studios that could bring you closer to stardom:
tree sound studios
One of Atlanta’s most prestigious and established recording spaces is tree sound studios. The client list is huge, with big hits recorded at Tree Sound Studios by top rock and hip-hop bands. In 2019, J. Cole hosted his 10-day “Revenge of the Dreamers III” Sessions here, with artists like Gucci Mane, Bas and Dreezy. MTV even wonderedwhat it was like hanging out in Tree Sound with Drake and Future.
Founded byformer Atlanta Falcon Bob Whitfield , the 10,000 square foot studio is where more than 300 gold and platinum records have been recorded. Mainly a hip-hop recording space, the technicians of Patchworkhave worked with Young Jeezy, Ludacris, TI, Rick Ross, Beyoncé, Snoop Dogg and more. It’s not just a space for hip-hop, though. Patchwerk masters audio, from audiobooks to pop and country music. One of their engineers, Luke Campolietaalso won a Grammy for Best R&B Album of 2020 for Anderson Paak’s “Ventura.”
Another studio you can rent for the production of your next demo is 11th street, which offers seven studios with a variety of amenities and spatial considerations that make each space unique. It primarily focuses on hip-hop, pop, and R&B, but the studio also has a multi-genre outlook. 11th Street’s client list includes Bruno Mars, Big Boi, Future, Drake, TI, Lil Wayne and many more.
To Soul Haven Studios, you have the choice. The brand offers studios in Atlanta and Chamblee with spaces for video shoots, launch parties, TV tapings and more. The list of clients who have recorded at Soul Asylum spans many genres of music and film – Ben Stiller has even spent time in the platinum suite.