Recording Studio Facilities
The Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business operates three distinctive recording facilities: (1) Robert E. Mulloy Student Studios in the Center for Music Business on the Belmont University campus, (2) the world-class Ocean Way Studios located on historic 17th Avenue, and (3) Historic RCA Victor Studio B, known as the 'Home of 1,000 Hits', located in the heart of Nashville's Music Row.
Ocean Way Nashville, designed by award-winning recording engineer Allen Sides, has been named the number-one tracking room in Nashville three consecutive years by Billboard magazine (2001, 2002, 2003). Built in a reconditioned c.1850 gray stone church and purchased by Belmont University in 2001, the Music Rowfacility consists of three studios, and feature classic Neve recording consoles, a Digidesign Control 24 and an impressive collection of rare and unique signal processing equipment and microphones. The only Nashville recording studio facility to receive two prestigious Mix Foundation Tech Awards and recognized as one of the top recording studios nationally, Ocean Way Nashville now serves as a world-class teaching laboratory while still serving an impressive client roster that includes Vince Gill, Harry Connick, Jr., Faith Hill, Train, Bob Seger, Yo Yo Ma, Reba McEntire, Michael W. Smith, Garth Brooks, Sheryl Crow, matchbox twenty, and The Nashville Symphony, as well as successful alumni including Trisha Yearwood, Lee Ann Womack, and Brad Paisley.
For a complete list of equipment utilized in each studio facility, click here.