The NuttHouse Recording Studio, Inc.
The NuttHouse Recording Studio is a state-of-the-art digital/analog studio located in Sheffield, Alabama, centered in the world-famous music mecca of Muscle Shoals.
The NuttHouse has hosted a wide range of artists including; Jason Isbell, John Paul White, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, The Dead South, Percy Sledge, and The SteelDrivers, just to name a few.
The SteelDrivers recorded their 2016 GRAMMY Award winning album "The Muscle Shoals Recordings" at The NuttHouse.
The NuttHouse has an outstanding selection of recording equipment, instruments and amps, including: Trident 80B Analog Recording Console, Yamaha C7 grand piano, Rhodes electric piano, Hammond organ with Leslie cabinet, Fender and Marshall tube amps, new and vintage microphones, Pro Tools HD3 system and an MCI 24-track 2” tape machine.
The studio offers tracking, overdubbing and mixing services as well as studio rental to other professional recording engineers and producers.
The NuttHouse is located in a bank building that was built in 1955. It was originally State National Bank, then Central Bank and finally Compass Bank. It was also home to "New Song Ministries" church before becoming a recording studio.
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