Historic recording studio United Sound announces special week of lower rates

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If you've ever dreamed of recording in Detroit's super historic studio where John Lee Hooker, George Clinton, Death, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, SRC, Darrell Banks, Miles Davis, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Charlie Parker, the MC5 and many others have recorded, it might be time to sell whatever you have to sell in order to afford a special cut-rate of $85/ hour. This deal lasts from September 15, which is today, until a week from now, Sept. 22. Call the United Sound office today at (313) 833-1833 to book your session.



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