February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p134
The article features the Harbourside Studios, a sound recording facility located along the North Vancouver, British Columbia. The studio has set out its shingle for music recording, stereo and surround mixing, film and television post-production, and a variety of support services. The studio area contains two booths.


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