Rap pioneers De La Soul were back in again working on new music with engineer Morgan Garcia holding it down. This is their second stop here at Parhelion. Hope they keep coming back to ATL. Huge fans over here!
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The always amazing Brandy recently stopped in Parhelion Recording Studio to work on new music with hit producer Oak in Studio A. Ralph Cacciurri handling engineering duties.
Influential southern artist Big K.R.I.T. was back in Parhelion’s Studio A recording live drums, bass and guitars for his new record “Cadillactica” with engineer/mixer Ralph Cacciurri. Checkout the story and a new track from Stereogum.
Atlanta’s very own electro pop duo CLAWS were in Parhelion’s Studio A finishing up mixes for their upcoming debut album. Producer & CLAWS member Graham Marsh was overseeing the project with help from engineer Ralph Cacciurri. CLAWS recently performed a sold out show at the Earl in Atlanta with artist Ruby Velle. Checkout their website and Facebook here […]
Check it out everyone. Parhelion’s new Studio B is now up and running and open for business. Studio B is the perfect small production room with huge capabilities. Boasting a new Apollo 16 interface with tons of UAD plug ins. API recording chain 512c mic pre, 525 compressor, & 550A EQ. Tons of virtual instruments & […]
We’ve been wanting one for a long time and now we have it. Parhelion Recording Studios in Atlanta, is now the proud owner of a Telefunken 251E. Regarded as the best vocal mic in the world.
Parhelion Recording Studios Atlanta recently hosted Orange Amplifiers who were in filming and recording product demos with Madonna’s guitarist Monty Pittman. Engineers Graham Marsh and Ralph Cacciurri manned the sessions. Rockerverb MKII Head, PPC412 4×12″ Guitar Cabinet , AD200 Bass MK3 Head, OBC410 4×10″ Bass Cabinet, Tiny Terror Head, Micro Terror Head
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