Music producer Terry Pulliam, with new partner, bassist and engineer, Kory Bayer, have set up shop on Pleasant Street in Wolfville.

For over twenty years, SoundMarket Recording has been the affordable launching pad for Nova Scotia’s best musical talent, including Sloan, Lennie Gallant, Dutch Mason and dozens of others. Now owner/operator Terry Pulliam has moved the business into a brand new studio in Wolfville, the cultural heart of the Annapolis Valley.

The new SoundMarket offers world-class technology and services in a comfortable cottage environment at 63 Pleasant Street. Pulliam and Bayer say they’re very excited about serving the Valley’s great musical talent.

Having played a large part in the Halifax music explosion of the 90’s and having created the NSCC’s Recording Arts Program, Pulliam likes new challenges. “I want to do here what I did before, help turn everything up to 11!” he says laughing.

In addition to music recording, Pulliam and Bayer will be offering a whole new set of services to the Valley including post production for video, music mastering, location recording, live sound reinforcement and music lessons.

New partner, Kory Bayer, honours graduate of Nova Scotia Community College Recording Arts Program says, ”working with an established professional like Terry Pulliam is an incredible opportunity for me, and I know it’s going to be great for musicians in the Valley, too.”

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