2 Hard Records--A Flexible Production Home in Kingston

Schultz, Barbara
February 2009
Mix;Feb2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p16
The article discusses the design and construction of Jeremy Harding's 2 Hard Records recording studio, home of the record label 2 Hard Records located in Kingston, Jamaica. Harding is known for producing reggae/hip-hop artist Sean Paul. The gear is set up on wheeled racks that can be removed or added to the central work station. Harding comments that it is important to have various tools within reach. He says his studio fills a need for a top notch digital recording studio in Jamaica.


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