Studio







Max's Living Room Studio in 1961




Max's ML-O-D Studio in 2001






Max with his Reel-to-Reels




Max with his Reel-to-Reels






Max Crook's Musitron




Scott Ludwig's Sonocon






Maximilian playing Musitron




Max's Stack of Keyboards





Max Crook has had a home studio since age 14 when he recorded his first multi-channel self-penned composition "Delilah." From 1959 to 1961, Max recorded Del Shannon in his Ann Arbor basement studio. In late 1963, a young Bob Seger recorded his first demo recordings in Max's studio. In the late 60's and early 70's, Brian Hyland and Del Shannon would come to 'jam' and write songs in Crook's desert studio in California. Soul singer Barbara Lewis also recorded with Max. In the 80's and 90's, Max recorded christian and gospel music. Today, Max records praise and worship music in his 16-track recording studio in Deming, New Mexico. If you are interested in recording with Max, click here.




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