Two Coullions’ Recording Studio in
Posthaste with Chad Gallagher of Two Coullions’ Recording Studio
Where are you guys from?
I am from Breaux Bridge my partner James Meaux is from Lafayette.
Do you guys play in any bands?
We both played in bands growing up. I was lucky enough to be in a band called Unity, an all original band. Tony Daigle recorded us. That was a great experience for me.
Why did you decide to open a studio?
The love of music. We wanted to still be involved, but behind the bands, on the other side of it.
How do you deal with the chaotic climate that the music industry is currently in?
The best way we can, just keep on trucking. As long as there’s people who play, they will need a place to record. That’s why we created the studio, not for money.
How long have you been involved in music?
My whole life, over 40 years. We have 80 years experience. We are new to the studio side, but you have to start some were.
What else do you want people to know about your studio?
Our studio is located on two acres of land in Opelousas with a heated in-ground swimming pool. It’s a real relaxing atmosphere — full kitchen, a waiting room with pool table, a fire place and Internet. Whatever the need is it’s met. In the studio, we have a live room and isolation booths. We have a closed-in control room with Pro Tools HD Digidesign 24 track console. We have an Avalon pre-amp and too many mics and too many guitars to list. We’ve got whatever you need to make your record.
Two Coullions’ Recording Studio
Owners: Chad Gallagher and James Meaux
2862 South Union St.