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Published on : Thursday, August 18, 2016
Ten of the iconic studios of Nashville have entered into a partnership with some of the regional tour companies in order to offer a behind-the-scenes look at the area where the music of Nashville is composed.
These tours would go a long way to generate a regular revenue stream for commercial recording studios that have been struggling for existence in the last few years. This is because the home-based recording system has been steadily growing both in terms of cost effectiveness and quality.
Music Row recording studios have been home to a combination of recording studios, music industry office space, publishing houses and record label buildings. It strategic location, just to the south-eastern portion of downtown has also made it a great target for the purpose of development. High-end condominiums have been mushrooming in these areas in the last few years.
Carolyn Brackett, senior field officer, National Trust for Historic Preservation said that the primary goal of the recording studios is to generate revenue.
She added that the second goal is to enable tourists to experience the interiors of Nashville studios that has not been made available ever before. These trips would help them go inside the studios and learn how the music is composed.
Dave Kinney, president, All in One Destinations said that this is the first time such an opportunity is being offered to tourists.
It is yet to be known as to when the tours would officially commence. However, Kinney said that the studios would coordinate with tour companies to plan the timings of the tourist visits to the studios.
Studios that have joined the partnership with tour companies include the Quonset Hut, The Tracking Room and Ocean Way Studios.