Recording & Mixing Services
Young Avenue Sound offers recording, mixing, overdubs and even custom production – whether it's beats, musical beds, arrangements, jingles or corporate production.
Even artists using DAW’s at home come to Young Avenue Sound to experience our amazing drum room or mix and often use our house drum set, once owned by the legendary John Hampton of Ardent Studios. Sometimes you already have your music recorded and just need to overdub vocals on a world class tube mic or mix in a proper environment. We can fit into your project where you need us to.
Feel free to get in touch if you don't see what you need listed:
- Voice-over Work
- Corporate Work
- Radio Ad Spots
If you’re looking for a private space to create in an environment that takes the best from digital and analog, Young Avenue Sound is the place for you, a place to cultivate what’s in your mind and at your fingertips.
We would love to work with you on your next film or video project. Young Avenue Sound is an ideal environment for musicians scoring film. We can sync our pro tools with your raw footage so that both music supervision and scoring can be made a seamless process.
Young Avenue Sound is able to cater to all of your film needs including:
- Music Videos
- Session Captures/Stems
- Commercials and Jingles
- Corporate Videos
Cyn House Productions produces all of Young Avenue Sound’s corporate work and can handle most production needs. Their work on full corporate productions as well as major labels - including Sony, Interscope and Warner - guarantees next-level quality and service. We also work with ad agencies and companies such as Baker and Associates who offer excellent corporate production services.
For more details, budgeting, and any additional questions please contact us at (901) 729-9348, send an email or fill out the form here.
Local filmmaker, John Kirkscey wrote and filmed “Bookin’” in Memphis, TN and operated his company from Young Avenue Sound during that time. He is currently working on a new, longer format version of the film at Young Avenue Sound.
Emmy Award Winning Pekar Films, owned and operated by Jonathan Pekar, works out of Young Avenue Sound.
Craig Brewer’s production staff used Young Avenue Sound’s MPC 2000 StudioXL Plus in "Hustle and Flow" during the film. It was the instrument used in the scene where “Whoop That Trick” was created.
“Take me to The River” was filmed at Young Avenue Sound and features two regular studio clients, Yo Gotti and Bobby Blue Bland.