Recording studio

Oofroad Entertainment opens recording studio for artists

Animation on Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Source: Kofi Ansah, Contributor


The studio is equipped with the latest technologies

The management of Oofroad Entertainment in partnership with Money Spender Records has opened their new state-of-the-art recording studio established for all classes of musicians at the Millennium City Estate, Kasoa, in the Central Region.

The studio is equipped with the latest technology for recording, musical rehearsals, monitoring and session work, long duration audio recording for documentaries, podcasts and audio beds for commercials.

Some of the services offered by the studio include mixing, mastering, voiceover, and beat production, among others.

“With just one month of activity, the studio will soon change the face of the Ghanaian music industry with its state-of-the-art equipment,” Frankie Rhymz, CEO of Oofroad Entertainment told BEATWAVES, adding that her outfit is supported by Money Spender Records had decided to set up music and video recording studios to help develop and develop new talent.

He added that the studio will also provide musicians with the platform to discover their skills to intensify and take their music careers to the next level.

Frankie Rhymz, who is also a musician with a number of songs under his belt, revealed that his training has put together packages for upcoming artists who want to develop their talents.

He said that since there is a lot of talent across the country, his outfit targets talented young people who have never had a chance to show off their hidden talents.

“Oofroad Entertainment is focused on developing and managing talent with the primary goal of exporting their art to the rest of the world,” he said.

The facility, he added, would provide rental space for their recordings.

“For upcoming musicians and those already in the industry, look no further than Oofroad Entertainment where you can get everything you want in music at an affordable price. Our doors are open to Ghanaian artists who need my help. Call us now, ”he said.