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Studio19 Records

87 Royal Coach Lane, Southbury 06488, Connecticut, New Haven County, United States

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Studio19 Records is a full production music studio facility where we can record, mix and master your music. You can send us your song to be "polished" or remixed through our best of class Solid State Logic board and analog devices.

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Retailer
Establishment year:
2019
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5
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87 Royal Coach Lane, Southbury 06488, Connecticut, New Haven County, United States

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