Tim Carter launches Treehouse Studios

| October 30, 2008 | 0 Comments

The control room at Treehouse StudiosTim Carter, the banjo playing half of The Carter Brothers, has opened a recording studio in Ridgetop, TN – about 12 miles north of Nashville.

Treehouse Studios was built as an addition to Tim’s log home, with a separate entrance, rest room and kitchenette.

Tim says that he has already done sessions with Sonya Issacs, Tim Stafford, Rob Ickes, Claire Lynch, Carl Jackson, Tony Trischka and Jim Hurst.

Carter shared a few words about his new venture.

Rob Ickes tracking at Treehouse Studios“It’s a ProTools studio, and we have a wide range of vintage and newer hand built mics and mic preamps chosen with acoustic instruments in mind. The studio was designed by Kevin Hughes, a studio designer from Houston, TX. The acoustics of the room are incredible and the vibe makes for a very creative environment.”

You can see a complete equipment list and more details online.

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