Studio 101 is conveniently located off I-85 between Greenville and Spartanburg in beautiful Upstate South Carolina. We strive to provide our customers with the highest quality audio recordings as well as ease and comfort throughout the recording process. Check out what our customers are saying...
"River's Edge LOVES working at Studio 101. Brad Phillips is a great engineer and really knows what he is doing. We love his attention to detail. The studio itself is awesome. The best part is that Brad is a genuinely nice guy. We, without reservation, recommend Studio 101." -John Wishon
"Brad's awesome and makes you feel at home. Great engineer and knows his stuff. Beautiful studio too!!" -Jason Burton, Avery Road Band
"Top Shelf... Brad is a class act with professional skills that can stand toe to toe with the best of them. Double Ought can't wait to hear the finished product. We're very lucky to have this guy in the area." -Gregg McAllister
"I have recorded dozens of albums in my 55 years of full-time singing. I have been in some of the most renowned studios in the country. I can honestly say that I enjoyed my time at Studio 101 as much, if not more, than any studio in Nashville. Brad is a terrific young man and he has built one of the finest recording establishments money could buy. Within the first few hours, I recognized that he had a tremendous work ethic and a great ear for detail. The Dixie Melody Boys will be back to record at Studio 101 and you should too!" -Ed O’ Neal, The Dixie Melody Boys
We've had the pleasure of working with many artists across the country. Some of our clients include, Benton Blount (AGT), Dr. Mac Arnold, Delvin Choice (The Voice), Mike Mosely (Tupac), The Dixie Melody Boys, Monty Allen (Alan Jackson), and many others...
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We strive to provide high quality audio and the most comfortable recording experience.
Let us put the final polish on your album to give it that "radio ready" sound.
Mixing a record takes time and attention to detail to get it just right.