User:Loisheckman/Red Rock Recording Studio

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Red Rock Recording Studio was established recording studio in the Pocono Mountains, most known for acoustic jazz recordings by owner/engineer Kent Heckman. Started in the late 1970s and continues today with a variety of artists. Most musicians find the studio through word-of-mouth.

Artists who have worked at Red Rock include: Phil Woods, David Leibman, Bob Dorough, Bill Goodwin, Joe Lovano, David Leonhardt, Nellie McKay, Sherrie Maricle, Heather Massie, Jamey Haddad, Billy Hart, and many more. The publishing company Alfred Publishing has been using the studio and Mr. Heckman for over 25 years to record their annual releases. Mr. Heckman also contributes to the local arts community through his work with the Celebration of The Arts (COTA) jazz festival in the Delaware Water Gap, and recording youth for the CampJazz program.

The studio is known for it's combination of up-to-date equipment and vintage equipment, plus large playing rooms. It is located in a remote area, but only about one and a half hours from NYC and Philadelphia.

Category:Recording studios

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