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Music's Biggest Stars Seek The "Tree Sound" In Atlanta

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Whitney Houston. Usher. Beyonce. Elton John. They share more than just being some of music's biggest-selling artists. They've also all taken the mic at Atlanta's Tree Sound Studios.

Billed as "Atlanta's largest and most unique recording studio," the facility boasts a dedicated staff and also a mission to be as "green" as possible. Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken went on a behind-the-scenes tour with General Manager Malissa "Mali" Hunter, who also happen to be recording her own album there.

Click the video to see what goes on inside on of Atlanta's most creative spaces.

 

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