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Studios 301 is an Australian recording studio and is the longest running and largest professional recording studios in the world.
The studio was founded in 1926, as part of the Columbia Graphophone Company. In 1954, the studios relocated from their original site in Homebush site to 301 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, and underwent a name change from Columbia Graphophone Studios to EMI Studios. In 1978 they were renamed again as Studios 301 and completely re-equipped. In 1996 Studios 301 was purchased by the management team at the time; it was sold again in 1998 when producer/engineer Tom Misner took ownership, being relocated and rebuilt. Up to early 2011, Studios 301 were part of the SAE Technology College Group, until SAE were sold; Tom Misner retained ownership of Studios 301. Navitas bought out the SAE Group in 2011. Studio 301 was located on 18 Mitchell Road, in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria. In 2017 Studios 301 relocated to 3 Ellis Ave Alexandria. The new location has seen Studios 301 almost double in size with 4 recording/mixing rooms, 3 mastering studios and 4 pre-production room. The new studio complex was designed by Tom Misner and Jochen Veith and is at this stage Australia's only true 'Tier One' studio.
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