High-end Recording at Charleston Sound

Schultz, Barbara
July 2009
Mix;Jul2009, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p8
The article focuses on the Charleston Sound Studios by engineer/studio owner Jeff Hodges in South Carolina. According to Hodges, they wanted to create a world-class studio accessible to all types of musicians, artists, and producers. It mentions that he hired Wes Lachot of Wes Lachot Design in creating the studio. Lachot states that the studio is created acoustically and budget wise. Moreover, details on the electronic equipment used including the amplifiers, consoles, and microphones are noted.


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