3pmusic opens recording studio in Secor BuildingWritten by Amy Biolchini | | ABiolchini@toledofreepress.com
Casey “3pm” Clark, the local half of electronic pop-rock duo Wideband Network, launched a new recording studio Oct. 1 in the Secor Building on Jefferson Avenue. 3pmusic Productions offers the gamut of services for any kind of client, whether they’re trying to make a demo CD or want to record their first album with their band, Clark said.
“We’re trying to take it to the next level and really cultivate Toledo talent,” Clark said. “Any market, any genre.”
The studio has one primarily vocal booth and another booth large enough to accommodate drums, guitar and bass. 3pmusic Productions is different than many of the recording studios in Toledo because it provides full production services, Clark said.
A singer or songwriter can come to the studio and Clark will work their vocals into a song he constructs for them. Clark offers graphic design services for album covers, website development and video production, as well as voice-overs for projects, radio, TV, film and business services.
The all-digital recording system produces content that can go directly online or to a variety of formats.
According to Clark, 3pmusic Productions will work around the schedule and the budget constraints of its clients.
“There may be some great talent out there but they don’t have $1,500 to throw down. I know how it is to be a struggling artist and to not have cash,” Clark said.
The studio offers recording sessions in hourly or block time slots.
To schedule a session or consultation, visit www.3pmusic.com or call (419) 944-6122.