Item 2012-023, Reel 201, Track 2 - Smiling eyes of Rita

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Smiling eyes of Rita

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2012-023, Reel 201, Track 2

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  • January 6, 1995 (Creation)
    Parrott, Hayward
  • January 6, 1995 (Creation)
    Albert, Paul

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1 audio recording : 15 IPS, 24 tracks, Dolby SR

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Hayward Parrott is a recording engineer, sound designer, and producer. Parrott began his career at RCA Records in Toronto, Ontario. He became chief engineer at Manta Sound and, in 1985, became vice-president and general manager of McClear Place Studios. Parrott formed "Hands On Productions Music House" in partnership with Eric Robertson and Larry Trudel.

In May 1993, Parrott and his family moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he became a partner in Solar Audio Recording Studio with Bob Quinn and Russell Brannon. As vice-president and general manager of the studio, Parrott helped Solar Audio refit one of its rooms into a successful audio post production facility.

Hayward has received more than 35 Gold and Platinum records and a number of Juno, Gemini, ECMA, MIANS and Ampac awards and nominations.

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Paul Albert became associated with the Centre for Art Tapes in 1993 because their audio recording “Primer on Organizational Life” became a part of the centre’s tape collection.

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