Chris Frasco has long offered his assistance to budding singer/songwriters. After self-producing two albums, Chris has enjoyed counseling others through the process. His obsession with analog equipment led him to open The Brooklyn Outboard, a small Bed-Stuy studio with a serious gear list, specializing in rock, indie, and stripped-down acoustic sounds.
In the fall of 2013, the operation moved to Nashville, but retained its original name for the sake of hipsterish irony and continuity. The Nashville facility primarily focuses on mastering, but still offers production and mixing services to select artists.