Nashville, TN (September 6, 2017)—Nashville’s Rack-n-Roll Audio has provided mobile recording and production services for years, using JoeCo BlackBox recorders for its efforts. The gear has been put to work a lot recently, recording the likes of Garth Brooks and others, but a top highlight this year was the opportunity to record rock legend Brian Wilson performing The Beach Boys’ landmark Pet Sounds album in its entirety.
“We recorded a complete performance of Pet Sounds that may be released as a live album/DVD at some point,” said Rack-n-Roll Audio owner Rob Dennis. “It was a fantastic project with which to be involved, particularly as this is rumored to be Brian Wilson’s last major tour.”
Dennis purchased his first BlackBox in 2011, but these days, Rack-n-Roll’s JoeCo inventory includes 24-channel BBR1B multi-track recorders plus 64-channel BBR64-Dante-Dante and BBR64-MADI recorders.
“It’s a testament to the JoeCo products that I cannot recall any specific instances of having to call up about technical problems,” he said. “They really are built for the rigors of the road—the load-in, the quick set-up, the load-out, repeat—and that is exactly what we needed when we invested in our first system all those years ago.”