Musicland Studios was a recording studio located in Munich, Germany. It was established by Italian record producer, songwriter and performer Giorgio Moroder in the late 1960s. The studio was situated in the basement of the Arabella High-Rise Building. The facility closed down at the beginning of the 1990s, as the nearby U4 subway was affecting the recording quality. It was also home to a Helios console that was favored by many recording engineers of that era.
The Musicland Studios was used extensively throughout the 1970s and the 1980s by many artists, including Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Rolling Stones, the Electric Light Orchestra, The Three Degrees, Iron Maiden, Marc Bolan & T.Rex, Donna Summer, Deep Purple, Rainbow, Amanda Lear, Freddie Mercury, Sweet and Elton John. Most of them recorded under the supervision of Musicland's engineer and producer Reinhold Mack.
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