The expanded studio now has a team of 12 partner engineers, including Gary King, Ronald “Pnut” Frost, Chris “Cookie” Suttle and Dr. Manuel.
“These guys have patiently been by my side to help nurture these plans, constantly lending their ideas, talents and support,” Mix said. “The studio has a lot more space. Our largest living room is incredibly versatile and we continue to invest in its versatility. A number of videographers and photographers have fallen in love with its modern and vintage look and we will soon have the biggest green screen with the deepest shot depth in the region.
Encore is also equipped to help home recorders who need professional equipment or experience.
“Technology over the past 15 years has brought us to this exciting place where creators of all types can create much more economically than ever before,” Mix said. “Encore embraces and encourages this. We’ve set up our studio to allow home recorders to bring their laptops or digital audio workstations and quickly connect to everything our studio has to offer in the form of spaces, instruments, mics, preamps, knowledge and talents with an in-house engineer-producer.
Mix, which also operates Encore Instrument Repair in the Bates Street building, launched Invention City Records in 2017. The independent label has previously released Jamie Suttle’s “Country Music Revival”, Yuppie’s “Old Feeling New” and “Skyborn” by Back to the Machine Gun. .” Invention City’s upcoming releases include Libby Dietrix, 93Seven Band and Willy Clark Band.
More information: www.encorerecordingstudios.com.
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