The initial tracks for Louisa Crossing were done in May 2018 at White Star Sound, a state-of-the-art facility in bucolic Louisa County, Virginia. If you’re ever going to record an album with a country feel, this is the place to do it! Although we were inside the studio for all four days of recording, I literally could feel the round notes rolling around outside through the trees, over the pasture and meandering along the little creek.
The studio is owned by Chris Keup – more about him in a future blog post.
For some fun, take a virtual tour through the studio. By the way, the guy in the video sitting in front of the console is Stewart Myers, my engineer and co-producer on Louisa Crossing. Like Chris Keup, Stewart is a pro – more on him, too, in a future blog post.