A Little Bit About Us
Codapop Recording Studios exist because of a passion to work with emerging artists.
Located in a custom designed home, the multi-room studio is both captivating and inviting with a professional environment able to handle projects of any size - from demos to full length albums.
Please take a moment to listen to some of the great talent Atlantic Canada has to offer. There is a great mix of professionally recorded tracks, video, and live-off-the-floor recording on the site for your enjoyment.
Orchid's Curse Release New Album "Words"
Since forming in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in 2005, Orchid’s Curse have positioned themselves at the forefront of the highly under rated East Coast metal scene in Canada. Ensuring that every show left the band drained of all they had and every album was created with the absolute best they could find. For Words, the third release from Orchid’s Curse, the band took themselves to Codapop Studios, wisely choosing the production team: engineer Erien Eady-Ward and producer Jason Vautaur (Pith) who took the project on initially with mixing by Shaun Thingvold (Darkest Hour, Strapping Young Lad, Etc.) and mastering by the much sought out Jamie King (BTBAM, Glass Casket, Etc.).
Order or stream the whole album "Words" here!
Charlie A'Court - The World Around Me
Charlie A'Court won R&B/Soul Recording and Blues Recording Of The Year for his album Triumph & Disaster at this years East Coast Music Awards. Shot in the parking garage in the Delta Halifax Hotel during the 2013 ECMA's, Charlie performs his song "The World Around Me"
Congratulations to Charlie A'Court on his two ECMA wins for his Album "Triumph & Disaster"! Taking "Blues Recording of the Year" and "R&B/Soul Recording of the Year".
Codapop Studios would like to congratulate Erien Eady-Ward on his 2013 ECMA nomination for “Engineer of the year”! We would also like to congratulate Charlie A’Court on his 2013 ECMA nominations for “Blues recording of the year” and “R&B/Soul recording of the year” for his album that he recorded with us at Codapop Studios last spring, “Triumph and Disaster”.