Recently featured in Mix Magazine, The Tracking Room is the biggest studio in Nashville. Built in the mid-1990s by famed studio architect Tom Hidley, the 6,500 sq. ft. space was designed for impeccable sound quality. There are five ISO (isolation) booths, including a reverb chamber called the “Stone Room” that is frequently used for percussion. Each room features unique characteristics, plus doors designed by NASA to eliminate sound leakage.
The Tracking Room is more than a state-of-the-art recording facility. The Tracking Room provides a private and exclusive space that includes a loading dock, kitchen, full bathroom, expert gear and professional staff. The studio is now equipped to record rehearsals with Pro Tools and mix on our 80-channel Solid State Logic 9000J from a live digital console feed. Please contact us for booking information.