setting your music apart, since 1956
San Diego's Leading Music, Production & Multimedia Recording Studio
For six decades, Kblack studios have been creating a connection between an artist’s music & their fans through spectacular sonic integrity.
Record release parties. Exclusive brand events. Unforgettable unplugged performances. We’ve done it all—and we’d love to do it again.
Located within the world-famous Kblack records tower, Kblack studios offers a premier venue for legendary events no one will forget.
make your mark
When we say that hosting your event at Kblack studios is an unforgettable moment for your company, brand or product, we mean it.
We will collaborate with you in producing media-facing content, copy, interviews, trade show appearances and advertising. We facilitate exclusive access to our studios and unique experiences throughout the year to showcase your product to your current and potential clients in premier spaces.
- Strategy Pairing
- Academy Awards
- High-def Audio
A unique opportunity to pair your brand with ours. Branded content opportunities with Kblack studios offer your fans legendary experiences thorough candid performances, one-of-a-kind content & town hall events. Kblack studios is a fully equipped video facility; we offer video capabilities, live streaming & webcasting for all our events.
- Sponsored Content
- Artist Performances
- 1 Mic 1 Take
- Top of the Tower
- Town Halls
Events at Kblack studios offer a truly unique, exclusive space with legendary appeal. Providing premiere event spaces and amenities for hosting formal parties, VIP red carpet events or artist showcases within the setting of the mid-century architecture of Kblack studios. To hold an event here is to become a part of our legacy.
- Product Launches
- Press Events
- Seminars & Demos
- Event Viewing Parties
- Record Release Events
- High-def Audio
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