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Motown Studio and Museum
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Today, the Motown Studio looks almost exactly as it did in the 1960s, except for the door on the right side of the front porch which was added later.  In the back of the building is a cement-block addition that housed the recording studio.  Musicians entered the door at the left, passed by a receptionist, then walked back into the studio.  There was one large room, a control room, and 2 or 3 small rooms that allowed for channel separation (8-channel tape was used in those days).  

Copyright: David mariotti
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Chargée: 18/04/2012
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