The coronavirus has killed more than 40,000 Americans — will it kill Nashville studios, too?
With safer-at-home restrictions preventing musicians from recording en masse, a modern website, audiomovers.com, is keeping session work alive. The technology allows a producer and musician in separate locations to work in real time with an existing track. Skype has been used in the past, but AudioMovers provides a higher-quality sound.
Producers Joey Moi (Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owen) and Ross Copperman (Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerina) have worked that way in the last few weeks, as have keyboardist Dave Cohen, guitarist Derek Wells and drummer Miles McPherson. It's a change necessitated by the shutdown.