Compass Point Studios
Located on the island of New Providence, ten miles west of Nassau, the studio attracted musical artists from across the world to record at its facilities during the 1970s and 1980s.
Decline and closure
As Blackwell's other business interests steadily increased, he spent less of his time directly looking after the studio.
With producer and manager Alex Sadkin's death in 1987, the studio began a period of decline.
In 1992, Blackwell took action to save the studio by hiring Terry and Sherrie Manning, the owners and operators of a recording studio and video production house in the US.
The couple oversaw all aspects of Compass Point Studios.
Upon their arrival in late 1992, the Mannings began restoring the two large studios, tearing them apart and completely rewiring them with modern recording equipment.
The Nassau studio was closed in 2010 due to increasing crime in the area.
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