Dark Horse Recording

Johnson, Heather
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p22
Features Dark Horse Recording company in Franklin, Tennessee and its owner Robin Crow. Original intention recording only his own music; Changes Crow had to make with the emergence of home studios and related technology; Equipment at his studio; Focus on maintenance and vintage pieces; Expansion plans.


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