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Kelly Pribble

IMES (Iron Mountain Entertainment Services)
Inventor, Director of the Media Recovery Technology Program at IMES (Iron Mountain 
Entertainment Services) 
Kelly Pribble is a veteran audio engineer, inventor, media archivist, and studio builder who has worked extensively in Nashville, London, New York City, and Rio de Janeiro. Kelly has recently worked to preserve and restore original masters for Bob Dylan, Prince, Rush, and Mariah Carey. Before joining IMES twelve years ago, Kelly reopened the legendary Nashville Studio “Quadrafonic Sound Studio” in 1988. The following year he built an additional three studios, establishing Nashville’s largest recording complex under the name “Quad Studios.”  After more than a decade Kelly left Nashville for London where he worked closely with Grammy award-winning record producer Martin Terefe. With Terefe, Kelly designed and built an eight studio-recording complex called Kensaltown Studios West. In the last year, Kelly teamed up with Martin Terefe again to help with designing and building Kensaltown East, a six-studio facility in the Union Square area of Manhattan, New York.  
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