JUNE 9, 2020 Studio Update
I'm officially reopened for business! I don't know about you, but that quarantine was really starting to get to me. Regardless, we finally made it through the chaos and I'm currently booking sessions. Make sure you watch my latest Vlog to see what I've been up to the past couple months. If you'd like to book studio time to start your much anticipated #quarantine music that you've been working hard on, please take a moment and fill out my Artist Production Plan.
APR 23, 2020 Quarantine Love
In case you missed it I released a new video this week of original music! I made this music with "a little help from my friends". Everyone wrote and recorded their part remotely and sent me audio and video tracks to make this song happen. It was a lot of fun to make and I hope you enjoy it. I gave the vocalist's the topic of quarantine and this is what we all came up with. It's called "Quarantine Love" and you can watch it here!
Stephen Adwell began his journey in music much like so many before him, by he himself being a classically trained pianist, and self taught drummer. Since earning his degree in Recording Arts in 2009, he has achieved many life long goals. Playing drums for National Touring Band Southerland Nights, live sound engineering at House of Blues, his previous experience working at Hall of Fame Studio, his brief time at SugarHill Studios, and being a member of the Audio Engineering Society, gave him a broad spectrum of how the industry works as well as the needed experience to produce quality productions.
With the benefits of digital recordings, the bedroom studio is becoming more common; as a result we have fewer engineers who have gained experience in the professional environment. However, through Stephen’s experience as a musician, live sound, and recording, he has developed the skills combining analog & digital tools to create a warm, vibrant, yet tasteful sound to his productions.
After opening the doors of AMR Studio in Houston, TX, Stephen built the studio from the ground up, literally. After losing his home and business in 2016 due to the Tax Day Flood, Stephen tirelessly rebuilt the studio only to lose his home and business a second time in 2017 to Hurricane Harvey flood waters. It was then that Stephen took the opportunity to relocate and build a new and improved studio in Tulsa, OK with the mission to help the artist create music in a way that captivates listeners and cultivates a new era of music!