With analog and digital capabilities, a variety of microphones and vintage gear, Echo Mountain can suit any artists' needs. The Church studio was designed by George Augsperger and the control room features a vintage Neve 8068, a Studer A800 along with Pro-Tools HD3.







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The API studio is the perfect balance of old and new. Housed in Asheville's original Salvation Army building this 9600 square foot studio offers two floors for tracking, comfortable lounges and a great vibe. The API 3288 has a colorful history of working with such artists as Tom Petty,
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Studio B- This small editing and overdub space is perfect clients on a budget, who like to use the Neve or the API room for rhythm tracks, and then overdub at a later time for a couple hours at a time. This room is also great for large scale projects that want to simultaneously track and edit. The room features Pro Tools LE and a
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Studio L- Echo Mountain’s newest studio, a one of a kind production suite outfitted with the latest Pro Tools HD and Logic Pro recording platforms with a wide range of boutique instruments and outboard effects from the personal collection of Los Angeles-based composer / producer Ben Lovett. Perfect for small scale projects, Studio L is located
on the 3rd floor of the API studio.
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Jon Stickley Trio
Jon Stickley Trio
Jon Stickley Trio plays a style of music that defies description. Jon’s guitar style has evolved from bluegrass flatpicking into his own sound that spans from soft harmonic chimes to straight-up shredding. The band features Lyndsay Pruett (Futureman) on violin, who conjures up bewildering sounds reminiscent of Stephane Grappelli, yet not unlike the modern dubstep of Lindsey Stirling. On percussion, Patrick Armitage (Atmosphere) brings the heat with a hiphop groove that is unstoppable. The band comes together to create their own sound that can get big enough to shake the walls or intimate enough to draw tears. After a busy year of touring and playing alongside groups such as The Infamous Stringdusters, Greensky Bluegrass, Leon Russell, and Leftover Salmon, the Jon Stickley Trio is primed and ready to go. Don’t miss this mindblowing musical experience.
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Steep Canyon Rangers
Steep Canyon Rangers
It was nice to have our hometown friends of Steep Canyon set up in the API studio for a bit of time. The past year has taken the Steep Canyon Rangers to new heights. In March 2011, the band released its first collaborative record with Steve Martin, ”Rare Bird Alert” (also recorded here at our studio) which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Bluegrass Chart and at #43 on the Billboard Top 200. In 2010, the latest solo record from Steep Canyon Rangers, ”Deep In The Shade”, remained in the Bluegrass Top 10 on Billboard for 18 weeks. While headlining festivals like MerleFest and Bonnaroo alongside Steve Martin for part each year, the Rangers continue to perform alone as a quintet on stages such as Telluride, RockyGrass, and ”A Prairie Home Companion” with Garrison Keillor. Recent television appearances by Steve Martin with Steep Canyon Rangers include ”Late Night With David Letterman”, ”The Colbert Report” & ”Austin City Limits.”
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Widespread Panic
Widespread Panic
This was a hard secret to keep and it was on day two when the questions started rolling in on social media about the band's session at the studio. One one hand, we were amazed at how quickly WSP fans recognized photos of the studio (and I don't mean the stained glass, people recognized the isolation rooms first) when the band posted pictures on Instagram. But it's not that surprising when you think about the fan base the band has in Asheville. We like to say that some bands come in as clients and leave as friends and I have to say it's never been truer than with this band.
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