The Internet Quartet is a recording service I offer with my friend and great violinist, Ian Cameron. Since 2001, we have been recording string tracks for people all over the world (US, UK, Poland, Australia, Hong Kong, etc). A client sends an mp3 of something they'd like strings on – which could be solo cello, or a whole string section – and we record it in our home studios. The full files are then uploaded for easy retrieval and ready to be mixed.
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"Great interpretation!! Really like the take you have on the song, very nice flowing energy..."
– David Pendragon, Canberra, Australia
"Thanks ever so much for the work you've done on the tracks – all three of them are fantastic! The percussion cello, far from being too whacked-out, is great! It's great to have some really inventive playing on the tracks! You've captured the feel of the track perfectly – the little solo is inspired! Once again, thanks so much for all your work on these tracks – i'm absolutely thrilled with the results, and I'm humbled by the effort you've put in!"
– Simon Kerrou, Northampton, U.K.
The New Directions Cello Association is a fabulous resource for those interested in the world of cello that goes beyond the traditional. Our annual gathering, the New Directions Cello Festival, borders on religious experience for cello fanatics. I sit on the board of directors and also teach at the festival every year.
Clarence Boudreau is an excellent Victoria, BC luthier who has a major shout-out to my site on his cello repair page. If you're in the Victoria area and require the services of a great luthier, Clarence is your man!