For those who create music in a recording studio, the promise of a well-equipped work space goes beyond the right gear. Artists, producers and engineers know that many studios carry on the spirit of legendary sessions and past hits - and many hope to tap that energy for their tracks today.
Founded in 1996, Ocean Way Nashville oversees scores for video-game franchises including Call of Duty and Madden, as well as records from stars like Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan. Its three studios are situated in a 100-year-old church, which director of operations Pat McMakin says is “inspirational and allows you to hear yourself well.”
Album Hall of Fame: Luke Bryan, "Kill the Lights" (2015)
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