About Echo Echo Studios
Started in 2001, Brandon Drury last count after recording 1,200 songs. He owns RecordingReview.com, a popular home recording forum, and is the author of the Killer Home Recording book series.
Echo Echo Studios is a borderline world-class studio placed smack dab in the middle of the worst house (and especially yard) in Scott City.
We have the capabilities to handle just about every genre and recording demand. We are fluent in Modern rock, classic rock, all shapes and sizes of metal, country, dance, hiphop, and just about everything in between. If don’t know EXACTLY what you kind of production you need, we’ll figure it out.
While space is tight, we can handle bands tracking entirely live. We can build songs up one track a time. We can do real drums, programmed drums, real drummers playing rubber drums (electronic drums with modern mega drum samples), and any combination of the two.
Years of experience in high gain guitars and epic synths have made us…well….old. SMILEY
We have HUGE sample libraries for adding violins, cellos, tubas, and more.
Achieving modern loudness is no problem at all.
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Southeast Missouri Recording Studio
Located in Scott City, MO, Echo Echo Studios is about 10 minutes south of Cape Girardeau. We’ve recorded musicians from Cape, Sikeston, Poplar Bluff, New Madrid, Jackson, Oran, Chaffee, Minor, Mathews, Perryville, St. Louis, Anna (Illinois), and just about everywhere else within a two hour radius.
Post New Stuff
Rockface, Renick, Tra$hman
Brandon Drury began recording music in 2001. He lost count of the # of songs he recorded at 1,200. His highly experienced in recording rock, metal, trance, country, and hip hop.
In 2005, he started RecordingReview.com, one of the top home recording forums on the web.
In 2009, he released the 13-book series, Killer Home Recording, designed to conquer the enormous obstacles of recording music at home in record time.