St. Louis, Mo. (PRWEB) July 22, 2013
Started by Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly, Studio X, a musical destination for heavy weight artists and producers, is also available to the general public, including choirs, instrumentalists, and solo and group recording artists.
The studio has seen a flurry of recent activity as it has been rented by a slew of talents, including ex’treme Institute founder and chart-topping recording artist, Nelly.
Nelly was just in Studio X mixing his vocals for the runaway hit “Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line, and has been mixing songs for his upcoming Universal release. “Cruise,” a fantastic collaboration, is currently #5 on the Billboard top 100 charts.
Tim Norman of Welcome to Sweetie Pies fame has been recording and mixing for his upcoming release. Yo Gotti recently made his way up from Memphis to work on the songs for his latest release. Additionally, Bob Reuter’s Alley Ghost recorded and mixed their latest EP, including the 45 release “Dana Dew.” Plus, We all We Got/Universal Records Artist Yak Boy Fresh has been in the studio to record songs for his upcoming CD release and so has We all We Got/Epic Records artist K Stylis to mix his new single and many remixes.
The design of Studio X ensures only the highest in sound recording quality and provides all musicians and students with a listening environment found only in elite recording studios around the world. Studio X continues to be a popular recording destinations for artists and producers to make chart-topping hits.
For more information about the Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly and a complete list of the offered courses, visit http://www.eibynelly.com or call 1-888-841-3602. Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly is located at 800 N. 3rd Street, St. Louis, MO 63102.
About Vatterott College ex’treme Institute by Nelly-St. Louis
Founded in 2011 by Vatterott College and St. Louis native Nelly, ex’treme Institute by Nelly-St. Louis is dedicated to providing those passionate about music with the right skills and education to extend their knowledge of recording engineering, production and design. Students get hands on training and the opportunity to work alongside artists, producers and engineers in today’s music industry. To learn more, please visit http://www.eibynelly.com.