History

 

Azmyth Recording Studio is located in the oldest running recording studio facility in Indiana. Azmyth Recording Studio's history began in 1975 when a man named Tom Reynolds opened up a 16 track one room facility called "Tapemasters." The name has changed along the way but the acoustics of the rooms and the facility itself have continued to be a solid foundation for creating music for over 40 years.

In 1999, Ryan Adkins decided Indiana needed a professional recording studio with high-quality music production at an affordable price. That June, Azmyth was born. From the start, Ryan’s talent and attention to detail attracted clients large and small from every genre. A team of talented sound mixers and recording engineers contributed to make Azmyth Recording Studios the leading Indiana recording studio it is today. We’ve worked with nationally-renowned artists like Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Haste the Day, as well as write and record theme music for TV shows like The Voice, Pawn Stars and Catfish.

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5210 E 65th Street

Indianapolis, Indiana 46220