"You have no competition. Nothing beats excellence."
About King Street Recording
King Street Recording Company began in Montgomery County in August of 1967
as a location recording service providing musicians with recordings of
Moving to Malvern in 1971, the studio's original two-track system evolved
into an 8-track digital format using a combination of Mackie, Macintosh
and ProTools. In addition to sessions for musicians, songwriters and voiceover artists, business projects have been produced
for more that fifty corporations including AT&T, DuPont, General Electric and Wyeth-Ayerst.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Well, first, why don't you publish a full schedule of charges?
A: There are so many options and variations here that a detailed list of charges would be impractical.
Anyway, most projects are customized in some way, so there can't be many set fees.
Q: Can you record my band?
A: Sure, as long as your band plays acoustic instruments. I've done some nice work with a bluegrass group, a fourteen voice chorale, a string quartet and a combination of instruments with a chorus.
Q: No rock n' roll?
A: Right. The bands got so loud that I had to give 'em up. I find acoustic music much more enjoyable - a lot of the work is with singer-songwriters.
Q: You do a lot more that just music. How'd you get so diversified?
A: I just try to provide whatever people ask for.
Q: When did you start writing?
A: Sometime in the 1970s
Q: Okay, why?
A: It was while I was managing the Main Point coffeehouse. I wrote an editorial for our first
Main Point magazine- then again for the second and third editions.
Somehow it just grew from there. I found out I had a lot to say - and a powerful need to say it.
Q: Where can I see something you've written?
A: Oh, that's easy. Just go online to https://emmetrobinson.com/Reading-Room/.
Q: What are your thoughts on retirement?
A: Why retire? I come in here every morning and have fun every day. How could I give that up?
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