Clark, Rick
March 2007
Mix;Mar2007, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p122
The article presents information about Sweetbriar Recording located in Hillsboro Village in Nashville, Tennessee. Hillsboro Village is one of the most desirable commercial and residential areas in central Nashville. Sweetbriar Recording has become a destination for those who are on a limited budget. The facility is owned by producer and engineer Mark Thompson.


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