Mountain Studios

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2014 Outside of Casino
2014 Entrance of Queen Studio Experience
2014 Queen Studio Experience
2014 Queen Studio Experience
Studer A80 24-track tape recorder

Mountain Studios is a multi-track recording studio previously located inside Montreux Casino in Montreux, Switzerland,[1] but now located in Attalens. It was owned by Alex Grob and Anita Kerr until 1979,[2] when they sold it to the rock band Queen. David Richards, a long-time producer for Queen, bought it in 1995. Upon Richards' death in 2013, the location of the former studio became the charity museum/exhibition Queen: The Studio Experience, with the Mercury Phoenix Trust being the beneficiary.

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Coordinates: 46°30′57″N 6°50′56″E / 46.5159°N 6.8488°E / 46.5159; 6.8488