Coming to MPI August 7-9 in Nashville:
Lee Roy Parnell
Join Lee Roy in the studio for three days as he records new songs for an upcoming project.
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MPI is the only studio clinic that takes you into the heart
of your favorite artist's master recording sessions.
Since 2008 MPI has hosted sessions with Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Rodney Crowell, Lee Roy Parnell, Kris Kristofferson, Duane Eddy, John Anderson, Albert Lee, The Del McCoury Band, Sam Bush, Delbert McClinton, POCO, Radney Foster, Raul Malo, Robert Earl Keen, Todd Snider, Foster and Lloyd, Jerry Douglas & Asleep at the Wheel.
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See Kenny Wayne Shepherd's new video for "You Can't Judge a Book by Looking at the Cover" recorded LIVE before an MPI production class. Get the new KWS album entitled Goin' Home here: CLICK HERE
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The BIG E: A Salute to Steel Guitarist
BUDDY EMMONS Learn More
These master projects were recorded at MPI:
"Goin' Home" Kenny Wayne Shepherd Released May 19, 2014 Available at iTunes and Amazon.com
"Tarpaper Sky" Rodney Crowell Released April 15, 2014 Available at iTunes and Amazon.com
"The BIg E: A Salute to Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons" released August 21, 2013 featuring Willie Nelson, Duane Eddy, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, John Anderson, Raul Malo, Little Jimmy Dickens, Paul Franklin, Dan Dugmore, Buck Reid, Tommy White, Roosevelt Collier, Greg Leisz, Gary Carter and many more. Available Here.
"Old Memories: The Songs of Bill Monroe" The Del McCoury Band Released September 27, 2011 Available at McCoury Music Records and iTunes All 16 tracks were recorded at MPI on May 5-6, 2011. *Album nominated for a GRAMMY for "Best Bluegrass Album" 2012
"It's Already Tomorrow" Foster & Lloyd Effin Ell Records Released May 27, 2011 Available at iTunes and Amazon Five tracks on this album were recorded in December 2010 at MPI.
"Circles Around Me" Sam Bush* From the Sugar Hill album "Circles Around Me" Released October 20, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon *Album nominated for a GRAMMY for "Best Bluegrass Album" 2011
"Blue Mountain" Sam Bush*From the Sugar Hill Records album "Circles Around Me" Released October 20, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon *Album nominated for a GRAMMY for "Best Bluegrass Album" 2011
"Get Your Kicks (On Route 66)" Asleep at the Wheel and Leon Rausch From the Bismeaux Productions album entitled "It's A Good Day," released July 20, 2010. Recorded at an MPI session in October, 2009 at Bismeaux Studios Austin, TX
"Halcyon Days" Jason & The Scorchers From Mammoth Records. Released March 2, 2010. The entire 15-song album was tracked at a 3-day marathon MPI session in March 2009. USA Today Pick of the Week.
"People Just Love To Talk" Delbert McClinton From the New West album "Acquired Taste" Released August 18, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon
"Deep Blue Summer Day" Robert Earl Keen From the Lost Highway Records album "The Rose Hotel" Released September 29, 2009 (Amazon "MP3 Exclusive Track" with album purchase)
"A Little Revival" Radney Foster & The Confessions From the Devil's River Records album "Revival" Released August 25, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon
"Second Chances" Radney Foster & The Confessions From the Devil's River Records album "Revival" Released August 25, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon
"New Years Eve" Jerry Douglas (with Maura O'Connell) From the Koch Records album "Jerry Christmas" Released October 13, 2009 Available at iTunes & Amazon
See what RODNEY CROWELL had to say about his recent MPI recording session
Posted on Facebook August 19, 2012 by Rodney Crowell: "Yesterday I recorded with Justin Niebank, Steuart Smith, Michael Rhodes, Eddie Bayers, John Hobbs, Jim Horn and De De Richardson at The Sound Emporium in Nashville and, without a doubt, in the thirty-plus years I've been hanging around recording studios, this was the most fun-filled day of recording I've ever experienced. Which is saying a lot. I wasn't sure the fun Mary Karr and I had recording "Kin" could be topped---what with all the star-studded talent we had helping move those sessions along. Ditto the fun Emmylou and I had singing together for three months straight. But yesterday, with 15 guests who, at their own expense - for the purpose of observing the process, converged on the studio from as far away as Oxford, England/Roll Over Pass, Texas/Northern California (and southern), Northern Canada, Lexington, Kentucky and even Nashville. These good people brought something to the adventure that pretty much infected these great musicians, which result was some of the most inspired playing this particular creative team has yet to produce under the Rodney Crowell banner. This for my solo record which is scheduled to follow the Emmylou and Rodney duet record into the marketplace. To know in my bones that I and my long-time mates are getting better at what we do is all I can ask for. I love my job!!" Rodney
"If you are at all interested in what goes on in a recording studio, this is for you."- Radney Foster
"Working with Steve Fishell and his class at the Music Producers Institute was a breeze. Having some folks who were fans and predisposed to like what we were doing around also helped with the performance aspect of getting a good track. All in all, it was a really good experience and helped us pay for our studio time! Thumbs aloft!" -Bill Lloyd of "Foster & Lloyd"
"At first I was a little hesitant. Would this work? But I realized that some of my best musical moments haven't been on stage, they've been in the studio. So to be able to invite interested folks inside of this creative process has been an unexpected pleasure for me as a performer." Ray Benson, leader and founder "Asleep at the Wheel"
"I wholeheartedly endorse MPI and believe in what they are doing. In fact, I feel they played a key role in getting us back into the studio." - Jason Ringenberg,co-founder"Jason & the Scorchers"
Whether you’re studying recording in school or on your own, let MPI show you the producer’s side of recording's creative process, from start to finish: from pre-production to mastering. Founded in 2008 by Grammy-winning producer Steve Fishell, MPI teaches you producing techniques that apply to all musical genres, from popular to fringe, indie to mainstream. MPI will help you hone your studio skill set, develop your critical listening ears and save you years of studio trial and error. Learn how to produce better tracks, whether your studio is an “A” room, the playroom, or your laptop computer.