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Your PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL
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Located in northwestern West Virginia along the Ohio River, the town of Parkersburg is home to roughly 32,000 people. Despite its seemingly small size, Parkersburg is home to its own music scene, with area bands and solo artists playing in a variety of genres. Much of the live music in town takes place at Rader’s Music Venue in Parkersburg. This town has also been home to a number of notable musicians, including songwriter Arlos Smith (who has written songs for John Michael Montgomery and Rascal Flatts), R&B singer Freddie Scott, and members of the rock bands Zao and Scenes from a Movie.
A number of recording studios make their home in Parkersburg to accommodate the needs of the music community. Additionally, Parkersburg is in driving distance to larger music scenes found in cities like Columbus and Pittsburgh. If you’re interested in becoming a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer but prefer the small town feel to the craziness of the big city, Parkersburg offers a welcome alternative.