Expertly Designed for Quality Tracking
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.