The construction of Allegro Sound Lab was finished in the spring of 2000, designed and built with the sole purpose of radio quality recording, mixing, and mastering. Every detail was planned out for supreme sound and creative vibes. Under the ownership of Phillip Babcock (former drummer for Little Jimmy Dickens), the studio has hosted an ever growing list of incredible talent. Boasting four individual sound booths that connect to the large main room, ample glass provide clear lines of sight for everyone. On the other side of the main room (also separated by thick double pane glass) sits the spacious and comfortable control room, where award winning resident engineer and producer Aarom Meador mans the controls.
The studio offers the highest quality sound equipment and software that allows every instrument and vocal to sound its absolute best. Allegro is ready to accommodate anything from a full band putting out their 8th album, to a solo violinist recording an audition piece, to podcasts or voiceovers for film. Coupled with seasoned audio engineering brilliance, artists of all types, veteran musicians, and music professors alike are left with an experience that keeps them coming back.
The goal here is for every single client to walk away with a product that is exactly what they were looking for, or better.