The Kinleys will be recording a new album this March at the Parlor Studio in Nashville. The project, produced by Adam Hughes is scheduled for a spring release on Identical Records.
The Parlor Studio recently upgraded their studio system to Pro Tools HD format and is enjoying an influx of business due to the change. To compliment the new system they have incorporated 16 channels of Trident S-100 mic pre’s and a Digidesign Contol 24. They also have plenty of outboard gear for the front-end warmth, such as API, Urei, Focusrite, Tube Tech and much more. The Parlor has a 7-foot Yamaha Grand piano for tracking.
The Parlor is best suited for major labels working to scale back budgets but who still need a cutting edge, top quality sounding studio and a professional and creative environment for their clients. The Parlor is also perfect for independent labels such as Compass Records who are currently recording the Americana artist Pierce Pettis at the Parlor.
The Parlor offers a B-Room as well, which has a Pro Tools HD system that is owned by John Saylor. Saylor is a top-notch freelance engineer in Nashville and the B-room is his home base. He engineers for the main room at The Parlor as well as other studios in Nashville. John has recorded records for artists such as Ronnie Milsap, Grammy winning Christian artist Donnie McClurkin and Hank Williams Jr.