World famous KDS Recording Studios. The largest recording facility in Orlando.
KDS first opened it's doors in 1994. The studio was then known as Transcontinental Studios and was the home of Lou Pearlman's Transcontinental Records. The studio was instrumental in launching the careers of many of the nineties biggest pop stars such as The Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, Brittany Spears & others. That tradition of success continued into the next millennium, having worked with many notable artists, such as Eminem & Limp Bizkit. In 2007, the studio was was renamed to KDS recording and continues to be a preferred choice for national and local acts alike.
We have three studios to accommodate a variety of client needs and budgets. All of our rooms feature SSL recording consoles and Pro Tools HD.
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- SSL 9000 J Series Console
- SSL AWS900 Console
- SSL 4000 G+E Console
- Manley Vari-Mu
- Empirical Labs Distressor
- John Hardy Preamps
- Neumann & AKG Microphones