Charles Eller Studios

Studio History

Charles Eller Studios began life in 1985 in a Victorian building in the "hill section" of Burlington, Vermont. Despite it's humble beginnings , the studio quickly became synonymous with great sounding productions and clients loved the stunning views and unique working atmosphere. But, as the studio grew it became apparent that more space would be nice and the idea of a studio in the country seemed very appealing. Studio owner, Charles Eller looking back at that time says, "I knew that it was not going to be easy to replace the views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks that we had at the Burlington studio, but after several years of searching rural locations, I came across the Carpenter Farm, on Carpenter Road in Charlotte and knew that this was it."

Located on gorgeous acreage that overlooks the La Platte River in Charlotte, Vermont, the studio combines the serenity of the Vermont countryside with lovely, airy rooms that were acoustically designed by Bill Morrison of Acoustical Physics Laboratories of Athens, Georgia. The numerous windows provide a degree of natural lighting not typical in recording studios anywhere and the views of the Green Mountains, the La Platte River, and the Adirondacks are inspirational. It's truly a unique working environment.