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,
Barbara Streisand, Cheech
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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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Simon & Schuster
Simon & Schuster
We recently had the opportunity to work on something we've never done, an audiobook. It was just any audiobook, it was Stephen King's Doctor Sleep, the long awaited sequel to The Shining. The characters were brought to life by the amazing and talented actor Will Patton. Will was fantastic to work with and we hope he'll record more audiobooks with us in the future.
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The Honeycutters
The Honeycutters
Amanda Anne Platt has been hailed as “one of the best songwriters coming out of WNC these days” by WNCW programming director Martin Anderson, and her voice has been described as “perfectly unadorned” and “recklessly beautiful”. Her song, “Little Bird,” won second place in the general category of the MerleFest Chris Austin Songwriting contest in 2011 as well as taking home the grand prize in the Great Lakes Songwriting Contest that same year. Dane Smith of Asheville NC’s Mountain Xpress writes “Her songs make you sad…in a good way!” In both her simple composition and honest delivery it’s easy to hear the influence of country legends such as Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, or Loretta Lynn, and with this Miss Platt credits growing up listening to her father’s extensive record collection every Saturday morning. Despite her love for classic country, she cites Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty as major influences and her songwriting carries a wit and an edge that plants her firmly in her generation.
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The Lonesome Trio
The Lonesome Trio
Our friend and client Gary Pacsoza has once again brought us another great band to work with. Ed Helms, Ian Riggs, and Jacob Tilove, met i college in Ohio and were "drawn together by a mutual love of fine whiskey and bluegrass." Together they are The Lonesome Trio. We'll keep you posted on the release of the record.
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