25 PLUS YEARS OF MUSIC AT SOUNDHOUSE STUDIO

25 Plus years of working with artists and corporate Canada to make amazing music. Now they want to tell the world. 
 WE ARE READY TO MAKE IT WITH YOU! 

When I walked up to the the very unasuming industrial building on Eastern Ave. I was not at all expecting to find the Gem I found when I walk into Soundhouse Studio. The entrie space “is a personal touch”. This space was  build form the subfloor up to be the space John and Cyndi wanted it to be.

This space is much more than just a recording studio. It’s an extension of who they are.

In talking to John and Cyndi there is a very long and impressive list of artists that they have worked with over their years 

What I can tell you after meeting Cyndi and John at Soundhouse Studio is: 1. You will get a great cup of coffee in a calm, relaxed professional environment. 2. If you decide to this is the place to produce your music. you will get much more than you expected and likely more than you are paying for. They care greatly about those GooseBump Moments where everthing is Fabulous. So this is their standard.

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