Six-time nominee of Canada's East Coast Music Association "Studio of the Year"  awardGuernsey Cove Parlour Productions is proud to be one of Prince Edward Island's favourite recording studios.


Guernsey Cove's PEI recording studio has produced several  nominees and winners  of Canada's East Coast Music Association awards, as well as numerous

Music Prince Edward Island award winners.


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Based in a century old farmhouse overlooking Northumberland Strait in Prince Edward Island, Guernsey Cove Parlour Productions has produced more than 100 new recordings by Island artists since 1992 in the PEI recording studio.


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World class artists from the Charlottetown Festival, Stephanie Cadman, Julain Molnar, and Marlane O'Brien recorded their solo CDs in the parlour at Guernsey Cove.


Doug Riley, Canada's "Dr. Music", used our mobile services to record a piano collection of Jazz Hymns on location at his home in Little Pond, Prince Edward Island.  The studio is very proud to have added to Doug's legacy before his untimely passing in August 2007.



Here at Guernsey Cove Parlour, we're committed to delivering recording studio results above and beyond expectations. We believe our clients will back that up!
Visit the discography for a comprehensive listing of the over 100 recordings produced at Guernsey Cove Parlour Productions PEI recording studio since 1992.


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A studio highlight was recording the anthem for the Special Olympics Winter Games which took place in Charlottetown in 2004.  The recording used a total of 76 instrumental and vocal tracks to produce.

"Just Watch Me / Je m'envole" (composed by Gordon Belsher with French lyrics by Réal Pelletier) featured vocals by Savannah Belsher and Réal Pelletier, with major contributions from Richard Wood on fiddle, Brad Fremlin on percussion, and Timothy Cummings on the highland bagpipes.  The song was performed at the opening gala which was broadcast live on the TSN TV channel.


Guernsey Cove's PEI recording studio has earned a reputation for capturing vivid and natural performances - the "best" they can be! Check out our specs here.


Meet Gordon

At the heart of Guernsey Cove Parlour Productions PEI studio is recording artist/engineer Gordon Belsher. With several years of performing and recording experience, Gordon has developed an exceptional ability to capture the very best work of both beginner and veteran artists alike.

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"We pride ourselves on being a professional facility for the more experienced performer as well as a welcoming experience for budding artists.

We've been pleased with the quality of the productions coming out of our PEI recording studio, but much of the credit lies with the very talented performers we've worked with.

It's really satisfying to have an artist happy with their recording experience, and looking forward to the next production!"

Gordon and his wife, Charlene, became well known throughout the region as the founding members of the Island group "Jar O' Comfort" back in 1978. (Charlene now operates The Old General Store in Murray River.)


Since 1995, Gordon has toured across Canada and around the world with Island fiddling dynamo Richard Wood. From 2002 to 2007 he also toured regularly with Cynthia MacLeod.



Prince Edward Island from space

(photo by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield)


For basic information about the PEI recording studio visit the studio page.

For studio rates and specifications visit the services page.

For studio news visit the news page.

For a list of recordings made at the studio visit the discography.

For a complete bio of Gordon Belsher visit Gordon's personal bio.