Welcome to Studio 129
We are home to Glenn County Office of Education’s audio recording studio and Recording Arts Program. Our 1200 sq. ft. live room and 2 isolation booths allow us the ability to accommodate a diverse range of needs. From large ensembles to solo artists, Studio 129 is the place where your art becomes timeless.
Originally from Kentucky, Chris Mullins first worked as a musician in residence with the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum while studying audio engineering at the Lexington School of Recording Arts. Mullins spent three years in New Zealand, where he gained a bachelor of music at the Victoria University of Wellington. While at the New Zealand School of Music, Mullins studied composition under John Psathas, composer of the music for the 2004 Olympics games.
Mullins master’s thesis was a composition and recording project that combined traditional Appalachian instruments with electronic instruments and Pro Tools manipulation. As an instructor and sound designer, Mullins’ has over 10 years’ experience teaching recording arts, music theory, and stringed instruments such as guitar, banjo, and mandolin.
As a performer, audio engineer and radio DJ, Mullins has worked with artists including Bobby Osborne (of the Osborne Brothers), Curtis Burch (of New Grass Revival), Larry Cordle, Alison Brown, Boots Randolph, the Grascals, and Larry Sparks.
Brian Berry began recording audio in the 80’s when analog was the only viable medium. He received his education in electronics from the United States Air Force and built his first project studio in the early 2000’s. In 2017, Berry was asked to assist Mullins in the design and build of Studio 129, and upon completion, he agreed to join the team.
Assistant Engineer/Studio Technician