Vancouver, Canada (March 21, 2007)--Canadian Recording Services (CRS), a studio referral and project coordination service, recently supplied rehearsal location services in Vancouver for The Police and will be arranging and supporting their rehearsals in Vancouver before their North American tour kicks off May 28.
Among recently coordinated recording projects are engineer Mike Fraser mixing Terri Clark's single "Dirty Girl" for Sony/BMG, produced by Garth Fundis, and tracks by Nathan Wiley, being produced by Steve Berlin; Dave "Rave" Ogilvie mixing two tracks for GOB and co-producing/mixing tracks for Australian artist Xavier Rudd (Dean Maher engineered); and producer Gggarth Richardson working with Irish band Travega, and, along with Frasier, with UK band Biffy Clyro.
CRS provides free referrals for recording studios, post-production studios, producers, engineers, mastering engineers, live sound recording companies and mobile units, and rehearsal location services in Vancouver. CRS also specializes in directing projects to residential recording studios around the world.
Canadian Recording Services