Jump to navigation. The Record Co. TRC is a non-profit community music workspace designed to serve all Bostonians. Our longest-running and most recognizable service is offering subsidized, affordable access to our two, commercial-grade recording studios. TRC provides workspace with equipment and infrastructure only—we invite music makers to employ their own creative and technical staff. This format is unique in our market. It gives music makers the ability to vet and hire according to their own specifications, and it offers a venue for recording engineers and music producers to build and run their own freelance businesses. Our new space will house 19 rooms—four recording studios and 15 soundproof suites with a complement of musical instruments and amplification, which can be used flexibly.
If you see your studio already listed on StudioFilter, signup using email displayed on your studio page to claim your profile. Have fun! The Record Company, Inc. During the day, TRC provides free after-school enrichment opportunities for community youth. Programming emphasizes professional and vocational skills in the context of contemporary audio production and engineering. Classes are taught in our professional recording studio by volunteer collegiate music students and local professionals. At night and on the weekends, TRC offers low-cost professional recording services to Boston's music community. Through the generosity of our corporate partners, our rates are lower than even we can believe. New England artists feel good about supporting local youth music enrichment when they choose TRC for their albums and recording projects.
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Lore tells us that those five words were dreaded among musicians working under the traditional music industry paradigm. I could just be remembering a scene from Spinal Tap. I digress…. Boston is an incredible city. We set a national example in so many areas. Contemporary music is not one of them. After college, young musicians leave here in droves to live and work elsewhere. In I founded The Record Co. TRC , a non-profit recording studio committed to fostering a nationally recognized modern music scene in Boston. Back in the day record labels sought out bands early in their careers and made a commitment to develop that talent.
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