Relocated to Nashville and ready to mix your stuff.
From the opening of its first two studios in 1973, TRC was Indiana's leading audio recording and production company for almost 30 years. Reimagined in Nashville in 2015, TRC is now a private studio, reserved for the personal use of the founder and his friends.
Sessions are closed, but we love remote mixing and mix coaching. And we remix stuff we like for free. Click here to see if you qualify.
And we're on a crusade to digitize everything ever recorded on deteriorating magnetic tape. Nobody's better at restoring and transferring music from tape, and we do tape transfers for almost everybody for free. So check out the Services tab for information about tape transfers.
Elsewhere on the site is information about our studio, equipment, personnel, and history.
TRC's mixing desk is an Avid S6 M40-32-9-D. Control Room 4A also has a Studer 24-track, analog channel strips (Avalon, Rupert Neve Portico II and Shelford, Universal Audio, Chandler EMI, Manley and Trident 80B), and racks of preamps, compressors and other processing gear. The tracking room has a robust mic locker (more than 50 and counting) and is big enough to be comfortable for a rhythm section, or for overdubbing strings, horns or vocals. Floor plan and equipment list are at the Gear tab.
“Wherever the music is destined to go, you have to have reliable control room acoustics and monitoring. Without it, you’re sonically adrift, never quite finding where the music should land. That’s why we're so grateful for what Steve Durr has done for us in Control Room 4a.”
— Mike Schatzlein