Hyde Street Studios

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Hyde Street Studios

Hyde Street Studios is a recording studio in San Francisco, California. The studio opened in 1969 as Wally Heider Recording at 245 Hyde Street. During these early years, the studio produced recordings by groups such as The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, CSNY, Santana, CCR, and many others. In 1980, Michael Ward and partners took over the vacant facilities at 245 Hyde St., and started Hyde Street Studios. In the 1980s and 1990s, it was a hub for the emergence of the punk and hip-hop scenes, producing records by Dead Kennedys, Green Day, Tupac, Digital Underground and others.

Hyde Street Studios is the longest running multi-room recording studio in the Bay Area.

American Music Club at Hyde Street Studios

American Music Club recorded parts of their 1994 San Francisco album at Hyde Street Studios, in addition to Studio D and Mobius Music.

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