recording studio

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Noun1.recording studio - studio where tapes and records are recordedrecording studio - studio where tapes and records are recorded
studio - workplace for the teaching or practice of an art; "she ran a dance studio"; "the music department provided studios for their students"; "you don't need a studio to make a passport photograph"
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recording studio

nsala di registrazione
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Marcia's Music Studio provides piano lessons to all ages.
Carbondale Community Arts will host Heart Strings Music Studio Showcase for the July Sandwiches and Strings program at Artspace 304, located at 304 W.
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The former Hadley Learning Community student is building his own home music studio, and said starting his HND was proving to be his best-ever decision.
In the highenergy clip, the Hollywood actor from Anglesey, 29 (inset), is seen recording the song inside a music studio before transforming into the acclaimed British singer and pianist.
The winner will win two days recording studio time and production of a CD from Phoenix Music Studio.
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Originally known as Sissy Laumann Academy of Dance, Creative Dance & Music Studio had been leasing a space in Harvey.
Pictures have been released of inside the Chicago music studio that troubled rapper R Kelly, allegedly used for his 'sex cult'.
The song was recorded in a music studio in Karachi's Lyari, at the height of what was called the 'Lyari Disco Scene' in the 1980s.
He set up a temporary music studio in the wild for next week where he is planning to record a new album.
An award-winning music studio in Erskine is throwing a bash to celebrate the hard work of its volunteers.