Pictured in Odds on Recording’s new studio (L-R): Odds on Recording president Tom Parham, chief engineer Ed Evans, Jak Paris and producer Bob Ferrari.
New rock artist Jak Paris returned to Odds on Recording in Henderson, Nev. to take advantage of its new state-of-the-art studio, which is equipped with an SSL XL 9000K Series SuperAnalogue console. While working at the new facility, Paris recorded a duet remake of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” with Scarlett Pomers of the hit show, Reba. The cover release of “The Chain” is currently Number 34 on the FMQB’s Adult Contemporary Top 40 music chart
Paris has become an avid Odds on Recording client after experiencing everything the company has to offer. “The priceless value of using Odds on Recording is that it can fulfill all of your needs under one roof, whether it be studio recording, mastering, CD replication and even the artwork for album and single covers,” Paris says. “Instead of wasting time searching for specialized vendors, Odds on Recording saves me time by conveniently and efficiently servicing all of my needs from one location.”
Growing up in Southern California, Paris discovered his passion for music while singing in elementary school. He taught himself how to play guitar at the age of 12 by studying such rock bands as Metallica and Jane’s Addiction. Paris established his own record label, NEV Records Inc., which launched the release of his first album, Electric Revolution, which was produced at Odds on Recording’s original facility.