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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Greensky Bluegrass
Greensky Bluegrass
For more than a decade and a half, the members of Greensky Bluegrass have created their own version of bluegrass music, mixing the acoustic stomp of a stringband with the rule-breaking spirit of rock & roll. They redefine that sound once again with their sixth album, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted.

Released on the band's label, Big Blue Zoo, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted kicks off with "Miss September," a song that splits its focus between Hoffman's mid-tempo melodies and the band's instrumental solos. Most of the album's tracks strike a similar balance, showcasing a group whose vocal hooks and flat-picking skills share the spotlight equally. Meanwhile, the guys stretch their legs on "Living Over" — an improvised, seven-minute knockout that's already become a live staple — and show surprising restraint with "While Waiting," a slower song whose ebb-and-flow arrangement often finds no more than two bandmates playing at once. "Room Without a Roof" features some of the group's most layered production to date, with electric instruments adding some thick sonic padding, while "More of Me" cranks up the drama, with Hoffman singing about heartache over a bed of minor-key guitar arpeggios.

Equal parts dark, driving, and dynamic, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted is Greensky Bluegrass at their best, fusing the fiery fretwork of their live shows with the focus of a true songwriting outfit.
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