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SoundSpace@Rabbit’s is a music rehearsal studio facility inside of a 1947 tourist court and soul food cafe’ known as Rabbit’s Motel in the historically African-American district of Southside, Asheville, NC. Soon to include the soul food cafe’ Areta’s by chef Clarence Robinson, with additional artist studios and multi-artist murals project.

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828-552-3534

109 McDowell St. Asheville, NC 28801
info@soundspaceavl.com

3 Music STUDIO Rooms

We have three classy, decoupled and tight sounding professional music studio rooms from small to large with wood floors, vaulted ceilings and fab rugs. The rooms are ground level making for excellent loading. Full backlines provided of drums, bass and guitar combo amps, 88-weighted keys controller, floor monitors and standing P.A. speakers. Leave the current arrangement of gear or re-arrange the setup your way.

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ROOM A – 13’x11′

$20/HR

general INFO

  • Rugs Over Wood Floors
  • High Vaulted Ceiling
  • HAVAC Climate Control
  • Air Purification Unit
  • Ground-Level, Easy Loading
  • Max Occupancy – 2 People

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ROOM B – 13’x14′

$25/HR

general INFO

  • Rugs Over Wood Floors
  • High Vaulted Ceiling
  • HAVAC Climate Control
  • Air Purification Unit
  • Ground-Level, Easy Loading
  • Max Occupancy – 5 People

AMPS & CABS

  • Markbass CMD 102P 300/500W 2×10 Tilt-Back Bass Combo Amp
  • Fender Champion 100 – 100-watt 2×12″” Combo Guitar Amp

drums

  • PDP Maple 5-PC Tobacco Burst Drumkit: 22”x12”x16”
  • Zildjian S Series S390 Cymbals: 14″ Hi-Hats, 16″ Medium Thin Crash, 18″ Medium Thin Crash, 20″ Medium Thin Ride

keys

  • Studiologic SL88 88-Weighted Keys Studio Keyboard Controller

mixers & Speakers

  • Midas DM12 12-Channel Mixer
  • (2) Electro-Voice ZLX-12P 1000w Powered Monitors

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ROOM C – 13×18′

$30/HR

GENERAL INFO

  • Rugs Over Wood Floors
  • High Vaulted Ceiling
  • HAVAC Climate Control
  • Air Purification Unit
  • Ground-Level, Easy Loading
  • Max Occupancy – 5 People

AMPS & CABS

  • Markbass CMD 102P 300/500W 2×10 Tilt-Back Bass Combo Amp
  • 1973 Fender Bassman 100 w/4×12 Cabinet
  • Fender Champion 100 – 100-watt 2×12″” Combo Guitar Amp

drums

  • Custom Bucks Co. Drums: Mahogany shells w/Wood Hoops: 20″x19″, 12″x10″, 14″x16″
  • Zildjian S Series S390 Cymbals: 14″ Hi-Hats, 16″ Medium Thin Crash, 18″ Medium Thin Crash, 20″ Medium Thin Ride

keys

  • Studiologic SL88 88-Weighted Keys Studio Keyboard Controller

mixers & Speakers

  • Midas DM12 12-Channel Mixer
  • (2) Electro-Voice ZLX-12P 1000w Powered Monitors
  • (2) QSC KW152 1000w 2×15″ Powered Speakers

Read our FAQ for additional information.

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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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Thanks to WLOS 13 for a great piece on SoundSpace@Rabbit's, with an awesome appearence by none other the Lou Ella Byrd herself, breaking down the Rabbit's Motel history and food!

https://wlos.com/news/local/remember-rabbits-motel-entrepreneurs-plan-to-pay-homage-to-ashevilles-black-history

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At SoundSpace@Rabbit’s, we celebrate Black History errrday! #chakakhan #blackhistory365

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As the only museum in the nation with a dedicated focus on the impact of African American music, the National Museum of African American Music debuted in Nashville, Tennessee on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 18. The museum opens to the public on...

…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