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Superior Sound Recording brings an international music business reach to Cleveland

Superior Sound Recording officially opens its doors at 2230 Superior Avenue with a ribbon cutting celebration on Thursday March 23, 2017 at 4:30pm. Over the past 18 months, with the help of community and business developer GlobalX, the Tragic Hero Music Group (a Warner Music/ADA distributed Record Label) and a group of studios designed and built a brand new facility at the space which will house its offices, a music magazine, an event space, and a grouping of four State of the Art audio and video studios. The Company’s Business Manager, Cleveland based native Randy Chase (who recently celebrated 25 years on the business side of music) orchestrated the collective of businesses. “I’ve been working with various national and international entertainment businesses in a management capacity for several years and I’m excited to bring some of them together under one roof” said Chase. The studios are a collective of three company’s and their respective Producers and Engineers. He continued, “We have some of the best production talent and gear, including Legendary Platinum Producer Jim Wirt and his wife Claire’s Crushtone Studio, Jon Richey and Bill Demarco’s Vuture Visions Audio and Video, and the award winning Local Favorite Jim Stewart of Jim Stewart Recording.”

The space includes offices which will be occupied and shared by Tragic Hero Records and Columbus based Substream Magazine. Tragic Hero’s President Tommy LaCombe who also has offices in North Carolina had this to say, “We’ve been operating our Company’s business functions with Randy and a staff in Cleveland for some time now, and it really is a city on the rise, so it made sense when he came to me with the opportunity to do this here.”

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Substream Magazine, who caters to a college aged, young adult audience, covering music, film and culture, will also be operating out of the new space. Substream’s owner and editor in chief Jason McMahon added, “It’s an amazing complex that has a great music and entertainment vibe. There are a lot of talented people working here and I’m excited at the opportunities we’ll be able to create for the city and the musicians coming through town. Our goal was to bring something unique to Cleveland and with a lot of help from those involved, I think we’ve succeeded.”

Chase and the staff offer tours on a daily basis to potential clients, friends and press. “Its 13,000 square feet of music and vibe and we look forward to making great records, pushing them out into the world and throwing some terrific events.”

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