Red Bull Music Academy wrote a descriptive article on the power of Patchwerk and their influence on the South.
During the late 90's and early 2000's Patchwerk was the nucleus of Southern Hip-Hop, providing the DNA for Atlanta's music culture. The studio continues to create a reputation for producing the highest quality mixes and mastered singles throughout the South and to the world.
Their structure was built upon having that sound that made people come back for more. The ambiance, technology, and space made it a hotbed for Hip-Hop's hit records. The biggest collaborations happened because Patchwerk was a musical home for many. Producers, artists, A&R's and engineers agreed that Patchwerk helped establish the site for some of greatest compositions in their 22 year history.
The studio went above and beyond to cater to the needs of artists and set themselves apart by providing the optimal space for emerging and mainstream artists alike. The vision set by Bob Whitfield and Curtis Daniel back in California came into fruition once they set their mind to producing music for their friend Ras Kass, who ended up being the first artist signed to their record label. Later the label developed into a studio, opening its doors to a roster of talent such as Ludacris, Lil Jon, and Outkast.
You have to mention Patchwerk when you call out the best facility in the South making an impact on the music industry. Patchwerk Recording Studios is known to record timeless music.
Jeezy, Gucci, T.I, Rick Ross, and Akon all have vested interest in the studio's longevity and legacy. Some of the best albums were recorded, mixed and mastered there.
You need proof? Come see for yourself in a FREE studio tour. The doors are open for visitors between 11am-1pm daily. It's a little bit of magic that you have to experience for yourself.
Read more on the Red Bull Feature
here and schedule your next studio visit by calling the studio at 404.874.9880.