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Owners of new Broad Ripple recording studio hope to grow Indy's music scene

Along with recording and production services, Round Table Recording Company offers a Recording Arts Program.
Posted at 10:04 AM, Oct 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-27 10:04:23-04

INDIANAPOLIS — A new Indianapolis recording studio is officially ready to celebrate its grand opening on the first weekend of November.

Round Table Recording Company, located on Carrollton Avenue in Broad Ripple, has three distinct and specialized studios that offer various needs, including audio recording, music production, podcasting, mixing, and mastering.

Round Table's multi-studio complex welcomes local, regional, and national artists who're musicians, podcasters, and even audio engineering aspirants looking to become musical production students.

The recording company, founded by Travis “Kold Kut” Moore and Tim Walker, has a freelance staff boasting years of experience both at the national and local levels. Round Table's staff has worked with artists like Gavin DeGraw, Snoop Dogg, The Goo Goo Dolls, John Legend, the TV show Catfish, and more.


Although the recording company has an extensive national list of accolades, the studio's co-owners say, "there is no shortage of local musical talent," and are determined to grow Indianapolis.

“For so long, our home-town artists, engineers, music producers, and session musicians have had to find success outside of Indy, and we hope to change that narrative with this new studio,” Moore said. “There are a number of new music assets launching in the city and a wide pool of very capable talent. Through creativity and collaboration, we will make a difference in the music scene here and get Indy on the map.”

According to Moore and Miller, Round Table's freelance staff has been the go-to staff for recording and music production in the Indianapolis music scene, and they hope to continue growing that local expertise with its educational programs, including a 24-week Recording Arts Program.

“Students come to us with a variety of experience, and our multi-faceted, immersive approach to teaching and learning helps us focus on where they need the most attention," Walker said. “We want students to be able to feel confident as they start their career journey, providing them with real-world experience and examples of how work gets done in the studio.”

Although they had a soft opening in July, Moore and Walker are ready to celebrate Round Table's grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 7, officially.

“COVID brought an end to the contracted construction team and the beginning of us counting on friends and family to do the necessary work to make our dream a reality,” said Walker. “Our Round Table quarantine family – as we call them – all chipped in to get the job done and really helped us grow even closer as a team.”

To learn more about Round Table, its services, pricing, and recording arts program, visit thertrc.com.