Tag Archives: SugarHill Studios

SPARS member SugarHill Studios July News

SugarHill Studios, July 2012, E-Zine Recent activity At The Hill: Recording with the annual Roundtop Music Festival, Live from SugarHill Episode XXXV, hosting Texas Chapter of the Recording Academy seminars, Andy Bradley in the news and Alicia Gianni Project. Read … Continue reading

SPARS member Sugar Hill e-Zine | February 2012

SugarHill Recording Studios Soundbytes eZine Thank goodness February had 29 days this year–we have been hard at work and we needed every hour! February brings The Grammys, and soon it was time for Dan to go off to LA for the … Continue reading

SPARS presents successful SPARS Talk session at AES Convention in NY

SPARS recently initiated a new series of SPARS Sessions at the 131st AES convention in NY. One of those sessions was SPARS Talk – Lessons from Savvy Owners and was warmly received by the attendees who had the opportunity to hear … Continue reading

SPARS member SugarHill Recording Studios to celebrate its 70th year

SugarHill Recording Studios Goes Platinum in October  photo courtesy of Katya Horner/Slight Clutter Photography SPARS member SugarHill Recording Studios will celebrate its 70th year this October with a co-branded party sponsored by the Producers and Engineers’ Wing of The Recording … Continue reading

SPARS member Sugar Hill Studio hosts “The Voice” auditions

SugarHill Studios hosts The Voice auditions Every year, plenty of singers grace the Sugar Hill studio, pouring their hearts out in hopes of reaching a larger audience. But it’s not quite so common to see hundreds in a single day. This … Continue reading

SPARS spotlights member Sugar Hill Studios, 65 years young

Located in Houston, TX, SugarHill Recording Studios is the oldest continuously operating facility in the Southwest United States.  Their commitment to sonic excellence and client comfort has made them a natural choice when selecting a studio. SugarHill has entertained many … Continue reading

SugarHill Studios, A House of Hits

House of Hits by Andy Bradley and Roger Wood from University of Texas Press is a exhaustively well researched history of what is believed to be the oldest recording facility in the United States (no other facility has been able … Continue reading