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“It’s just a world-class studio,
everything that’s in here is all top end.”

Philadelphia producer Dan Hammond was in the studio with DeLuca recently, finishing work mixing a track by reggae band The Movement.  The track, a reggae version of “Alabama Song” (made famous by The Doors — think “Whiskey Bar”), was commissioned by San Juan Music for a compilation of Doors songs.

Check out the article written about Heavenly Tracks in
August 22, 2013 edition of Tahoe Action

“We were the first band to record in the new studio.  It really has a rustic mountain aesthetic, and the space is state of the art, filled with top notch recording gear.  Being in the studio gets your creative brain working in a different capacity, so we were able to use some unique tricks to give the songs a new life outside of the live format.” LINK 

“The studio versions are quite different. We’ve added some auxiliary instrumentation and some new ideas and tricks from the studio and it came out great. People are really happy with it.”  LINK 

“It was an overall incredible experience. It was a really beautiful setting.  As cliché as it sounds, it’s kind of a breath of fresh air — a brand new, state-of-the-art facility. Alex  (DeLuca, Heavenly Tracks Owner) is a really great and knowledgeable guy, very accommodating and welcoming.”  LINK

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