MUSIC REHEARSAL ROOMS & CULTURAL LANDMARK

SoundSpace@Rabbit’s is a music-rehearsal space facility, soul food kitchen and cultural landmark inside of a historic Black-owned, Green Book-listed,’Tourist Court”, in the city of Asheville, NC.

OPENING JULY, 2020!
info@soundspaceavl.com


OUR REHEARSAL SPACES – BOOK NOW

Our cozy and great sounding rooms are of decoupled construction and sound treated, with vaulted 12′ ceilings and wood floors. Studios A and B are fully backlined with drums, bass and guitar combo amps, 88-weighted keys, P.A., floor monitors and standing P.A. speakers. Additional gear is available for rent, upon request. Book in monthly blocks for discounted rates!


STUDIO A – $25/HR

13’x11′

  • A great practice or lesson room, while very comfortable for duos and trios. No equipment provided.

We also offer affordable rental gear by the hour for your practice session, available on request!

Read our FAQ for additional information.

STUDIO B – $30/HR

13’x14′

  • Vintage Drumkit: 20″x12″x14″
  • Zildjian S Series S390 Cymbals: 14″ Hi-Hats, 16″ Medium Thin Crash, 18″ Medium Thin Crash, 20″ Medium Thin Ride
  • Markbass CMD 102P 300/500w 2×10 Tilt-Back Bass Combo
  • Fender Champion 100w 2×12″ Combo Amp
  • Studiologic SL88 88-Weighted Keys Studio Keyboard Controller
  • Midas DM12 12-Channel Mixer
  • (2) Electro-Voice ZLX-12P 1000w Powered Monitor
  • (1) QSC KW152 1000w 2×15″ Powered Speaker
  • 3 E835 Senheiser Mics

We also offer affordable rental gear by the hour for your practice session, available on request!

Read our FAQ for additional information.

STUDIO C – $35/HR

13’x18′

  • PDP Maple 5-PC Tobacco Burst Drumkit: 22″x12″x16″, 14″ Snare w/Hardware
  • Zildjian S Series S390 Cymbals: 14″ Hi-Hats, 16″ Medium Thin Crash, 18″ Medium Thin Crash, 20″ Medium Thin Ride
  • Markbass CMD 102P 300/500w 2×10 Tilt-Back Bass Combo Amp
  • Fender Champion 100w 2×12″ Combo Amp
  • Studiologic SL88 88-Weighted Keys Studio Keyboard Controller
  • Midas DM12 12-Channel Mixer
  • (3) Electro-Voice ZLX-12P 1000w Powered Monitor
  • (1) QSC KW152 1000w 2×15″ Powered Speaker
  • 3 E835 Senheiser Mics

We also offer affordable rental gear by the hour for your practice session, available on request!

Read our FAQ for additional information.

Cancellation Fee: The fee for cancellations within 24 hours is half your booking rate and within 4 hours or no-show is full rate. Cancellation fees are waived in the event of an emergency or extreme weather conditions.

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The SoundSpace@Rabbit’s team wishes everyone to be safe, practice good common sense and stay put as much as possible during these extraordinarily difficult times. As difficult as it is having the timing of this crises upon us, we have been moving steadily ahead...

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SoundSpace@Rabbits is under construction! We’re looking to complete our Phase I with all practice studios open and running in Jan/Feb 2020, with the soul food kitchen and landmark designation to follow next year!!!!!! 🤟🏾@claudecolemanjr @brettyface @ashevegas

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Claude Coleman, Jr sits in with Dr. Darin Waters and Dr. Marcus Harvey Waters at Blue Ridge Public Radio WCQS, talking SoundSpace@Rabbit’s development, Asheville Black History and the preservation of historic spaces. LINK IN BIO - @claudecolemanjr #soundspaceatrabbits

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How much community support do we receive? This much – a fundraiser completely formed on its own! By all of the bands sharing a night of shows. This Thursday at the always excellent Mothlight come and get a little rowdy and meet Claude Coleman, Jr,...

REHEARSAL SPACE WITH A MISSION

To create a community history landmark and creative arts hub in Asheville, where performing artists connect and practice their art in shared spaces to enrich and grow Asheville’s music industry; where community connects through arts and food; and where local communities and its industry of travelers can reconnect to a rich and proud forgotten part of Asheville and its Black history.

…paying homage to an invaluable part of history and embracing a model of diversity in the most authentic was possible: through music, art, community, and great food.

– GLIDE MAGAZINE