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The Pop Machine is a boutique audiophile recording studio located in the Broad Ripple-Glendale area of Indianapolis, Indiana. The Pop Machine is nestled on a wooded acre within a mile of the some of the city's finest restaurants, nightclubs, and art galleries. Musicians built The Pop Machine for other musicians; our equipment selections, recording philosophies, and acoustical treatments are specifically designed to make stellar recordings. The Pop Machine's owners toured the world's finest studios to find inspiration. The ideas have been implemented and the result is astonishing.



Since 2000, The Pop Machine has hosted recording sessions for its international client base of music legends and emerging artists. The Pop Machine was designed and built by partner Terry L. Monday and his Monday Designworks firm and features exceptional-sounding acoustical spaces, state-of-the-art digital workstations, and classic analog recording equipment complemented with a formidable collection of fine vintage musical instruments.


The Pop Machine principals Eric Klee Johnson and Marc Johnson are music producers who have worked with The Avett Brothers, The Dandy Warhols, John Waite, Jurassic 5, Pat Dinizio, Chrisette Michele, Rita Ora, and Supergrass. The Pop Machine has been featured in Mix®, Pro Sound News®, Blender®, and Audio Media® magazines and can be seen on EQtv and A&E (John Mellencamp Biography). The Pop Machine hosts My Old Kentucky Blog's 'Blog Radio' show heard weekly on Sirius XM® Satellite Radio ('Left of Center' on Sirius channel 26; 'XMU' on XM channel 43;); webcasts can be viewed online at and