Greatest Recording Studios of All Time
The Top Ten
Pink Floyd, the Beatles and more, the bands that did record there were awesome! GO ABBEY ROAD
The place where the Beatles record in studio #2. what eles needs to be said!
My former roomy is a studio drummer and I had a chance to visit the studio for a session he had, and although Capitol is the only top studio I visited, as a mechanical Engineer, those guys were very impressive. The finish product, amazing! 2 thumbs up!
The centre of the establishment in audio recording
so many great artists have used this studio
Oh yes, the great Tom Dowd was phenomenal.
Tom Dowd original brain child, enough said!
I helped them build their studio out of a barn in Chatsworth. I was good friend of their father Dave. I printed their first chart for the board and was their business cards. At a later date they allowed me to bring young kids from Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald Inn to watch Rick Nelson and many others. This was something the the kids who all have passed away. I wonder what happened to Tommy at the ranch in C
Best sounding Console ever was the "A-Range" in studio 1 @ Cherokee Studios Hollywood! Note... Also the ugliest console ever... But it had a great sonic personality!
I think motown was the best because #1 studio, abbey road and the Beatles, got a lot it’s musical inspiration from so-called soul music
Like this is where good music was born I mean many great artists recorded here
Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Queen all recorded in this basement studio underneath this building people used to commit suicide off the top of.
Umm. Elvis. Need I say more?
Only studio in the world that came with there own genius. Or four, to be precise. Alex Sadkin, Chris Blackwell, Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare.
The West Coast sound of the sixties! From Phil Spector to Herb Alpert to Sonny and Cher, they all happened there.
The heart and soul of a creative genius likely still exists in this one top, state-of-the-art studio that now nearly 50 years later and well beside all of his great music, and all the many people who loved him--still remains to this day to remind us of the master musician that he was. Yes, Jimi Hendrix was well ahead of his time and supposedly poured his heart and soul into the creation of Electric Ladyland, or Electric Lady Studios as it is exists today. God Bless the lovely memory of this most highly creative soul to ever grace the planet!
why isn't this in the top ten?
Unbelievable...some annoying people there working...yet epic studio that must be protected
Rush...7 albums ...full stop
« Le Studio » in Morin Heights, north of Montreal, with the God of sound engineering André Perry : a really nice and inspirational place for many top bands who recorded their albums up there (David Bowie, RUSH, the Police, etc., Pilot even named one of their albums "Morin Heights" in the 70's)