How Muscle Shoals Sound is going back to the future

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How Muscle Shoals Sound is going back to the future

If you’re going to install new audio and video equipment at Muscle Shoals Sound it better sound good.

It better look good, too.

Actually, it better look old.

Last year, Muscle Shoals Sound, the famous Sheffield studio where artists including the Rolling Stones, Paul Simon and Staple Singers cut classic tracks, underwent renovations to restore the look to its ’70s prime.

When Muscle Shoals Sound was reopened for tours this January, Muscle Shoals Music Foundation director Bonnie Bak felt adding some A/V would enhance the experience for visitors. And help tell the story of Muscle Shoals Sound. And of the iconic studio musicians who founded it, the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, better known now as The Swampers, thanks to a shout-out in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song “Sweet Home Alabama.”

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