| Ambassador Records opened its
doors in 1977 as a part time recording operation and became a full time
venture in 1984. For over 35 years, Ambassador Records has offered professional
recording to their clients. The studio began with a humble 4 track recording
system, in 1983 it progressed to eight tracks and in 1987 became a 16 track
recording facility. All recording during this time was analog, using reel
to reel recorders. To keep up with the digital technology, Ambassador Records
also went digital, first with 16 track "Tascam D38 recorders", and then
in 2007 to Pro Tools multitrack recording.
Paul Evans, owner/operator of Ambassador Records, began his musical career in the 1960's as a professional musician who had a heart for recording. His dream was realized when Ambassador Records became a reality in 1977 and he hasn't looked back! Paul is often called upon to work not only as the engineer, but also as a producer, working together with each client to produce a high quality sound. Singers, songwriters, choirs and bands, along with commercials and voice-overs for video, television and seminars, have all been a part of the studios history. It is a privilege to work along side each artist that has recorded here over the years. Some of our artists have been honoured with awards for their recordings, while others have enjoyed success with their local audiences and fans. For over 15 years, Ambassador Records has also recorded the student choirs on location at Faithway Baptist College of Canada in Ajax, assisting in the production of 8 CD's to date.
The business also goes beyond the recording studio to provide custom graphics and CD packages, as well as CD burning for smaller orders. Ambassaador Records endeavours to be a one stop company that can meet all the needs of its clientelle.
If you thinking about an upcoming recording project.....we look forward to hearing from you!
Studio Musicians are available for all styles of music
Here are recordings done for You Tube performed by Paul and Robin Evans
I Love You Because
Lorne Buck & Bluegrass Jam
Sing A Happy Song - Released 1980
UCMVA 2005 Unity Award - International Artist of the Year &
2006 Gospel Music Association Covenant Award - Instrumental Song of the Year
Marlene O'Neill & Joan Elliott
ENCORE - 2005 - Canadian Gospel Music Awards
Ridin' High was awarded the "Best Traditional Yodel Album of the Year 2010"
by the National Traditional Country Music Association in the United States