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  • Looks Like Sterling Sound is Moving

    Ted Jensen and Ryan Smith to Nashville and the rest of Sterling to NJ. Wonder if this will affect Chad getting the RCA tapes or will Sony send to NJ and Ryan will master there?
    Sterling Sound to occupy new 4,500 square foot building at 805 Merdian St. in McFerrin Park neighborhood
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    Nashville is booming right now- makes a lot of sense. I suspect real estate in Nashville is still cheaper than NY if Sterling was still in Manhattan. And, there is a big music business infrastructure in Nashville- not just performers, venues and studios, but publishing and 'biz.'
    We were in Nashville a few months ago, I was amazed at how hipsterized it had gotten; the last time I was there, maybe 5 years ago, it felt like LA did in the '70s-- now, it is buzzing.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bill Hart View Post
      Nashville is booming right now- makes a lot of sense. I suspect real estate in Nashville is still cheaper than NY if Sterling was still in Manhattan. And, there is a big music business infrastructure in Nashville- not just performers, venues and studios, but publishing and 'biz.'
      We were in Nashville a few months ago, I was amazed at how hipsterized it had gotten; the last time I was there, maybe 5 years ago, it felt like LA did in the '70s-- now, it is buzzing.
      And so is the real estate!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by mep View Post

        And so is the real estate!
        How far are you from Nashville, Mark? We have friends there, maybe could hook up next time we are there....

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