History

A little interesting information: The reason we chose the name, "Seven Springs Sound," for our studio, is sentimental in nature. I married my wife almost 20 years ago. She was raised on 180 acres of land, nine miles east of Lawton, Oklahoma; and we now reside on 80 acres of it. The land was originally homesteaded by a wealthy English sheep rancher, along with his French wife, around 1870, long before Oklahoma was a state. He was then friendly to the Native American population who called this area the "place of the seven springs" because of its wealth of underwater tables and natural springs. My wife's family bought the property in 1917 after he had died, and our 80 acres of it will go on to future descendents on her side of the family from here on when we have passed. So Seven Springs Sound seemed to us the perfect name for our family owned recording business...