Stuart Harrison: Peterborough music studio expands PA services

When David Joyce started Treblecock Studios a few years ago, he thought he would record a few local solo artists. Indeed, he did, but his “little studio with the big spacer” not only grew in size, but greatly expanded his services.

Treblecock now offers music recording, mastering and distribution, podcast recording and distribution, voiceovers, audio recording and editing for film, instrumental and songwriting lessons , artist development, and a new interview-style marketing product called The Underground Advocate.

David and his new business partner Sarah Jayne Riley are also very generous in lending space to the local arts community. Located at 159 King Street, check it out on

new book

If you’re a fan of collective nouns like porcupine quill or mouse mischief, you’ll love Heather Bradley’s new picture book “When We All Meet”. From a black bear detective to a colony of beavers, Heather builds her story up to… well let’s just say it ends with a collective name.

You can buy “When We All Get Together” online at or at Kent Books in Lindsay.


With finding employees emerging as one of the toughest issues for local businesses, the Center for New Canadians has hosted an information session designed to bridge your workplace gap with international students. Scheduled for January 20, the one-hour online session promises to outline how you can hire international students, ensure successful immigrant integration and keep valuable talent in Peterborough. More details are available at

Signs of Shaun Milne

Shaun Milne Signs in Ennismore recently announced the acquisition of Kawartha Embroidery. Shaun welcomes Holly to the business, who adds custom embroidery and printed apparel for corporations, schools, teams, groups and individuals to her already busy business.

Shaun and his team offer illuminated signs, vehicle advertisements, banners, decals, large scale lamination, digital prints and much more. Located at 650 Young Street, just across the causeway in Ennismore, visit

Stuart Harrison is CEO of the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce. To submit your business news, email [email protected] or call 705-748-9771 ext. 202. Please note that Harrison does not test any of the products mentioned or endorse any of the companies mentioned in The Business Beat.