eclectic arts from Western Canada
John Armstrong - Audio Production Credits

October 2008 composer, performer & producer:
The Zkary Monsters' "in a space between the walls"

December 2007 producer:
BEAMS (Boreal Electro Acoustic Music Society)"Unsound 2"

July 2007 recording engineer:
Origami Galaktika
featuring Benny Braatan, Tippy Agogo & Tim Folkmann

November 2006 recording engineer & co-producer:
Al Brant's "Songs for the New Morning Sun"
co-produced with Barry Allen, Homestead Recorders

July 2006 recording engineer & executive producer:
Tippy Agogo's "Creep Forward"
produced by Darryl Neudorf

May 2006 recording engineer & producer:
Herb Stanley's "Tansi Tawow"

December 2004 executive producer:
The Christmas Carol Project
"Songs of the Christmas Carol Project"
recorded, mixed and mastered by Colin Lay,
Big Weather Productions

May 2004 composer & performer:
SMAC's "vox populi"
produced by Barry Allen, Homestead Recorders


October 2003 composer & performer:
SMAC's "Yigi Yigi"
produced by Barry Allen, Homestead Recorders


December 2002 composer, performer & producer:
The Ancestors' "Live at Tim's Grill"

December 2001 composer, performer & producer:
The Ancestors' "Live at Latitude 53"

July 2001 composer, performer & producer:
The Stone Merchants' "have another blue juice, mister"


January 2001 composer, performer & producer:
The Ancestors' "No Second Takes"

October 2000 composer, performer & producer:
The Stone Merchants' "Live in Living Room"


July 2000 composer, performer & producer:
The Ancestors (with Kerri Anderson)

January 2000 composer, performer & producer:
The Ancestors (self-titled)

November 1999 producer:
The Millennium Crew's "21st Century Tango"


February 1999 composer, performer & producer:
The Stone Merchants (self-titled)


October 1996 composer, performer & producer:
John Armstrong's "eAu nAtural"


May 1993 producer:
Hendrix Tribute
winner of Alberta Recording Industry Association Award
"Best Compilation" 1993


1992 performer:
Preston Williams Band (self titled)

1992 performer:
The Eclectics (self titled)

1991 performer:
The Al Brant Band's "Let it Fly"