Ted St.Pierre
From recording and producing live
bands in the studio, to working with
vintage archive material — with
the expertise to get classic punk
sounds, or the subtle nuances of
ambient and classical music — Ted
has the knowledge and experience to
create a working enviornment where
musicians can create their best
work, and he makes the technical
aspects of the recording seem easy
and effortless — transparent to the
listener, as music production should be.
St.Pierre's Outlook studio was the
first 24-track studio in Maine in the
1980’s. Built into an original 1830
New England farmhouse and surrounded
by a private wildlife refuge, it is the
ultimate “home” studio —created at a
time when the concept of a home studio
was not even a distant technological
dream. Over the years Ted has recorded
everything from Rock and Roll Hall of
Famers to local beginning songwriters;
worked for major, international, national,
and indie labels; created music for
theatrical productions; and engineered
live recordings of music and humor in
front of audiences in the studio.

Some of Ted’s recordings and produc-
tions have become underground classics,
in particular recordings of legendary
bands from the heyday of Boston punk.
He also produces all of the releases
for the smasheasy® label, owned and managed by his wife, new age/ambient composer, Conni St.Pierre.

From the “smash” of metal to
the “easy” of new age, the
smasheasy® releases have also
found their way onto over
160 download sites worldwide,
and into independent films.


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"Ermine Tale"
"File 14"
"Flowing Forward"
"Burning Bridges"
"Anna Sthesia"
"Up Close"

Ted St.Pierre - guitars, bass, drums,
keyboards, engineering & production
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