November 2006
Mix;Nov2006, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p127
The article reports that Dan Rudin, the engineer and producer of music by Newsboys, Riders in the Sky and others, has bought and renovated the studio called The Money Pit, in Nashville, Tennessee. He has renamed the studio as My Space Recording. It is equipped with Neve V-60 and Pro Tools HD3. It will be used for Rudin's own projects and as the headquarters of commercial music house IV Music.


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