Brad Prosko Production
Categories: Engineers, Producers, Studios
150 Brockelbank Cres.
Regina, SK, S4R 6J8
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I started this journey back in Yorkton circa 1984. I watched the guitar player from my brother’s band play “Ain’t Talkin Bout Love” by Van Halen and it blew me away that someone could do that. I realized it could be done and I had to do it! Since learn to play guitar like Eddie Van Halen wasn’t yet available on YouTube I had to look elsewhere. Big brother Dave showed me all he could but driven to do more I began studying classical guitar, at the age of 14, under the tutelage of Mr. Ronald Ayre (ARCT). Four years later I completed a Grade 10 in the Royal Conservatory program.
From Yorkton to Los Angeles. At age 17 I pursued this passion all the way to Hollywood California where I attended the Musician’s Institute (G.I.T.).
I have toured with a number of diverse local bands ranging from contemporary and classic rock acts to tribute acts (Hollywood Vampires Tribute to Alice Cooper & Rory Allen’s Tribute to Elvis Presley) to contemporary country acts.
Lately the studio takes up much of my focus but I have been known to pop up in clubs, casinos, charity events and most recently CTVs Morning Live with some of the best talent Saskatchewan has to offer (Chris Henderson, Blake Berglund, Jess Moskaluke, Amanda Jane Duncan, Darlene Tuletta, Melissa Mannett).
Started out providing freelance engineering work for various studios around Saskatchewan (Freedom Sound Studio, Touchwood Studio, and Sound Edge Studio) and then spent 4 years at Talking Dog Post and Sound Studio where my responsibilities included: Bg’s, SFX, Dialog Editing and Mixing for film, television, and commercials.
In the fall of 2002 I started my own studio venture, B-Rad Studio.
From 2006 – 2011 I parted my time between Canada and Nashville. In Nashville I was doing freelance Engineering work before finally obtaining my United States, O1Visa (3yrs work visa) being sponsored/working for Billy Block Productions.Back