The Road to Record Documentary Films & Books
The Road to Record is a documentary film that digs into the world of recording studios and the people who own and run them. It’s a story that dives into the past, present and looks to the future as the industry has seen so many changes in the last 20 to 40 years.
Covering the time period of the early 1980s to present, this 40 year journey shows the shift from analog to digital. Plus it views the transition from big commercial studios to the home basement revolution. The producer’s focus is the studio and people who own and operate them, recording consoles, the physical gear and software it takes to run them.
Recording studios have long been the life of the music business since the 1950s. In this doc film you’ll see the lifeblood and backbone of the these facilities, large and small. You’ll experience the engineers, producers, owners and musicians as these people share their hearts and minds about life in the studio.
Some of the studios and people to be featured in the documentary film include Electrokitty Recording Studio (Seattle WA), John Van Houdt - Sound Logic Audio(Colbert, WA), Robert Lang Studios (Seattle, WA), Paradise Sound (Index, WA ), Larry Anschell - Turtle Recording (Vancouver BC), Tom Hall - veteran producer/engineer (Kirkland, WA), Michael Lewis (Coeur d’Alene, Idaho), Larry Crane (Portland, Oregon), and Jared Crab, Crabwalk Studios (SpokaneValley, WA). In addition to these studios and people, the producer is intending on filming at least one college level recording program with instructors, and hopefully one console manufacturer.
Learn more at RoadtoRecord.net or call the studio to connect with us at (509) [phone redacted].