Nashville, Tennessee A now defunct Recording Studio in the traditional niche of a one-room tracking facility. Opened as Bullet Recording circa 1970 to circa 1986 Over the next decade, circa 1986, it became [l268009], the second Nashville studio owned by [a362726] after he sold [l359983]. In the early 1990s, producer/engineer [a968538] ran it as [l342217]. In 1998, Alabama-based entrepreneur Gerald Murray took over the space and opened Studio III in 1999. That long tenure in the same location has made the space a touchstone for a few generations of pro audio citizens..Gerald Murray moved onto other business interests leaving minority shareholder and producer [a1829843] to pursue publishing and production, but now without a studio.