615 Music Studios (formerly known as SyncroSound Studios) was established in 1986 on legendary “Music Row” in Nashville. Like many of the recording studios in Nashville, 615 Music Studios is located in what was once a home. The recording studios were redesigned by famed studio designer Russ Berger of RBDG (Russ Berger Design Group) and feature a modern “glass wall” design. All three studios feature Pro Tools and a host of outboard gear.
Studio “A” features four separate overdub rooms including a seven foot Kawai grand piano. “A” can accommodate up to thirty musicians for orchestral recording. Studio “B” has one main recording room and can access Studio “A” rooms when needed for larger sessions. Studio “C” is a mix and sound design room.
Control Room A - Nashville
Pro-Tools Digital Audio Workstation with Quad G5 Mac, Mackie HUI, Featured Plug-in's by URS, Bomb Factory, Waves. Otari Series 54 Console, Adam Audio S3-A Near-field monitors, Tube-Tech and DBX compressors, Millennia, Neve, and API mic pres.
Studio B - Nashville
Adam Audio A7x Near Field Monitors with Sub, Great River mic pres, Presonus Central Station Monitor Controller
Studio C - Nashville
Mackie HR824 Monitors, Full Edit-To-Picture capability, Extensive Custom Sound FX library and large commercial Sound FX library
Studio A - Nashville
Russ Berger Design studio and control room; Large main recording floor with 4 iso booths including piano room; 7’ Kawai Grand Piano
Lobby Area - Nashville
Lounge Area - Nashville