Part II The Industry: 16. Recording: Recording Studios: Atlantic Studios (US)

Laing, Dave
January 2003
Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World;2003, Vol. 1, p647
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The article presents an encyclopedia entry for Atlantic Studios. The recording studio was established to record music for release on the Atlantic label. It consists of Jesse Stone as music arranger and Tom Dowd as in-house engineer. In 1957, the studio moved into a new location, and the original office was converted for use as a permanent studio. Atlantic Records was making many of its recordings in Memphis, Tennessee and elsewhere by the mid-1960s.


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