Recording Producer/Engineer Paul Zacharias has found a new home for his studio “Wheelhouse Sound” in High River, Ab.
His new space features a spacious control room, tracking room and isolation booth. Zacharias spent the past 10 years developing his craft working with artists such as The Dearhearts, The Fig & the Flame, Lewis & Royal, Flint & Feather, Two Late to The Party, Johnny & the Stray Hearts.
Recently Paul was recognized by YYC Music Awards with a nomination for “Recording Studio of The Year” (under the previous studio name “Dog House Sound”).
The Times sat down with Zacharias for a Q&A…
How did the name “Wheelhouse Sound come about?
“I had been racking my brain for quite a while and one day I just woke up and it was there, floating around in my head. I ran to the computer and typed it in to see if my idea of what Wheelhouse meant was accurate or not. What I found was:
1.a part of a boat or ship serving as a shelter for the person at the wheel.