Musicians who want to go entirely live with their recordings now have one more addition to the studios specifically laid out for that sort of work.
Multi-award winning engineer-producer Nana Kweku Osei, better known as Nacy, has acquired new recording equipment to transform his Nacy Recordz studio at Mataheko in Accra into a first-rate recording premises.
The studio has been renamed Tone Hall. A new studio for Nacy located just across the street from Tone Hall is now Nacy Recordz.
According to the engineer-producer, who is also the leader of the No Tribe gospel group, all the necessary equipment for efficient work at Tone Hall has been fixed.
The place would, however, not be available to the public till late February when No Tribe would have finished recording its third album.
No Tribe’s maiden album was The Altar. Then came Three which contained the very popular Bohye.
According to Nacy, it is time now for the group to bring something new for its fans and the finishing touches are being done at Tone Hall.
‘No Tribe is a live act. We enjoy being on stage and interacting with the fans. We have not put anything out for nearly four years and the fans are yearning for fresh stuff. The next album is strictly live and it is all being done at Tone Hall,” Nacy says.
He explained that Tone Hall would also be available for any engineer or producer who wants to rent it for a specific project.
“Having been blessed by God to set up Tone Hall does not mean I have to monopolise it. The more people are able to get good sound from there, the better it is for the music business here,” said Nacy.