Studios at Fischer Campus

Lucky Hound Music, 484 Artist Management and Studios at Fischer Introduce Studios at Fischer Campus

Lucky Hound Music, 484 Artist Management and Studios at Fischer have announced Studios at Fischer Campus, a state of the art creative destination that houses the record label, management company and audio/visual recording and production facility.

Nestled among a nine-acre retreat in the Texas Hill Country, the campus offers serenity, seclusion and top-quality engineering as an ideal creative environment, hidden away from the world but a short drive to both Austin and San Antonio. Once artists settle at the Campus, they never want to leave. Take a tour of Studios at Fischer Campus HERE.

The open genre record label and separate management company believe in building artists from the ground up, utilizing all facets of the campus for recording, image and video production, publishing, licensing, marketing and distribution.

Roster artists have unlimited access to campus Studios at Fischer, which houses the world-class analog master studio and cutting-edge digital studio of Firefly Sound as well as Dragonfly Media Studios, a complete film and photography studio with a live sound stage, 4K streaming capabilities and a fully capable green room, makeup and wardrobe areas.

"This facility was built from scratch as a recording and soundstage studio, not a renovated warehouse or home. It is literally built into the side of a Texas Hill Country limestone hill which gives control and seclusion,” explains Raymond McGlamery, General Manager for Studios at Fischer. “You won’t find a more ideal environment for the creative process.”

Lucky Hound artists include Nobody’s Girl, who just announced their debut EP, Matthew Bell & The Next Of Kin, Reuel, Michael Fracasso and Autumn Walker, who’s single “Step Back”, arrived June 22.

The 484 Artist Management roster also includes Autumn Walker and Reuel as well as Michael Rowe, Black Satellite and Dry Clean Only.

“Our family or artists are as diverse as the world’s music audience,” continues McGlamery. “Each has an authentic sound, urging you to find your favorite among the Lucky ones.”