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Any band or artist that has ambition and talent, likely understands the importance of quality promotion and marketing. The most useful tool in a very competitive and over saturated music market, is a great recording. Record labels, music publishers, managers, and booking agents have little tolerance for less than stellar recordings and promotional material, in fact it's almost impossible to further a music career without a commercial quality CD.
Jeff Wardell at the bluebox studios in Barrie Ontario has quickly gained a reputation as a producer that expects perfection in a finished product. Music industry professionals are taking notice and artists are benefiting from projects recorded at the bluebox studios. When planning your music career, consider the bluebox studios as your first step to success, - the bluebox studios


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To start, you'll need a console like a Boeing Jet, with rows of buttons and cables winding like gossamer in a web of tangled signals and chaotic blinking lights. You'll need microphones and instruments and couches from Ikea. Then you'll need to control this synoptic nervous system. In short, you need money and skill.

Welcome to Blue Box, the honour student of Home Studios-101 and the yardstick by which independent recording studios are measured. This is the brainchild of Jeff Wardell and he has both the gear and the skills. While originally intended for personal use, Jeff opened his couch to public butts in 2000 when musicians started scratching at his basement door like stray cats in search of food. Blue Box Studios was born.

Recorded music has taken more dramatic steps in five years than in the past 50. Gigantic abandoned studios of yesteryear play like ghost towns; home studios are the new wave. Riding the crest of this technological tsunami is Blue Box, a portrait of the changing landscape and economics of music. What once required the deep pockets of record companies, now calls for a simple part time job.

While the initial pull of Jeff's studio may be his modest rates, people keep coming back because of his demonstrated results. Ideas spring up like flowers and melodies snap to your fingers as the vigor of inspiration takes hold of each song. Deep musical notes echo and boom against the studio walls in a storm of composition. This is a musician's playground and the vehicle for those of us without the space to store our Ikea furniture.

Stray cats unite! Come one, come all to Blue Box Studios: part Boeing jet, part Mecca of sacred ideas, no ghost town but a thriving vault of musical inspiration, captured for all eternity.