United Sound Systems Recording Studio In the News

United Sound Studios, a Detroit music jewel reopens United Sound Studios, a Detroit music jewel reopens

By Steve Furay for The Michigan Citizen

United Sound Systems Recording Studio, the historic birthplace of hit songs from some of Detroit’s greatest musicians, has reopened its doors to the public for the first time in years, now as a museum and a production facility. From Aretha Franklin to Funkadelic, the studio has produced classic music and sounds for generations of listeners…

The Michigan Citizen


Saving United Sound: Legendary Detroit studio set stage for MotownSaving United Sound: Legendary Detroit studio set stage for Motown

by Susan Whitall for The Detroit News

When Motown stripped the recording equipment out of its legendary Studio A at 2648 W. Grand Blvd. in the mid-’70s, it broke the hearts of musicians like Peter Frampton, who longed to record in one of the world’s great temples of sound.

The Detroit News


Historical site: A look inside the United Sound Systems Recording StudioHistorical site: A look inside the United Sound Systems Recording Studio near I-94

by FOX 2

…from Aretha Franklin to the Rolling Stones. However, a bill before Detroit City Council proposes to designate United Sound Systems Recording Studio as a historical site. VIDEO: FOX 2′s Jason Carr visits the studio
FOX 2


Detroit music history icon United Sound Systems fights the odds and plans grand opening in...Detroit music history icon United Sound Systems fights the odds and plans grand opening in February

by www.hellyeahdetroit.com

On the corner of Second and Antoinette in Detroit’s midtown there is a lesser-known recording studio that is facing extinction. In true Detroit fashion located in a non-descript blue building facing an old motel, United Sound Systems has been at the heart of the Detroit music scene for 80 years.

hellyeahdetroit.com


Detroit's United Sound Systems Studio Slowly Gets Its Groove BackDetroit’s United Sound Systems Studio Slowly Gets Its Groove Back

By Eli DiSante Hoerler for Deadline Detroit

It’s a place where last names fade away – legendary funk musicians George Clinton and Bootsy Collins become “George” and “Bootsy.” And when long-time sound engineer Jim Viti showed up to United Sound Systems Recording Studio’s grand reopening party Saturday, news spread quickly that “Jim is here.”

Deadline Detroit