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Pearl Sound Studios

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Pearl Sound Studios is one of the longest running professional recording studios in the Midwest[1] located in Canton, MI. Founded in the late 1970’s, this iconic facility has been providing production, recording, editing, mixing and songwriting to clients all over the world.

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Pearl Sound Studios - Canton, MI. USA


The original owner of Pearl Sound Studios was Ben Grosse, an American record producer and mixer, until 1997 when he moved to Burbank, CA., and built The Mix Room. In early 2000, Pearl Sound Studios was purchased by Patrick Harwood and Chuck Alkazian.


1. Discogs - https://www.discogs.com/label/299251-Pearl-Sound-Studios

2. WDET-FM - https://wdet.org/posts/2019/04/29/88128-mysterious-michigan-studio-lures-music-icons-to-canton/

3. Hometown Life - Detroit https://www.hometownlife.com/story/entertainment/music/2018/05/21/pearl-sound-studios-canton-rock-star/567725002/

External Links[edit]

Official Website of Pearl Sound Studios

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  1. "'Mysterious' Michigan Studio Lures Music Icons to Canton". wdet.org. Retrieved 2020-03-19.