Master Tracks

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Master Tracks
GenreMusic
Country of originCanada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
Production
Producer(s)Cullen Fairfield
Production location(s)National
DistributorAux TV
Release
Original networkRogers Cable: 107
Shaw Cable: 138
External links
Website

Master Tracks is a Canadian television series where an emerging band is given one day to record a song with acclaimed producers Moe Berg and Laurence Currie. It was launched on aux.tv, a Canadian music website, and BiteTV, a digital cable channel, in March 2009 and currently airs on both. The show aims to provide viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at how records are produced while profiling new and emerging artists.

Originally airing a preview of its first five episode on Bite TV, it now airs on Aux TV. The channel was launched on October 1, 2009 exclusively on Rogers Cable, with plans to launch on other providers in the future.

Location[edit]

The show is filmed entirely in one of North America's premier studios, Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario Canada. The studio that is used to record the songs on the show is studio 6, and is the studio that is primarily shown. The show has also shot interview segments in other studios throughout Metal Works.

Episodes[edit]

Season One
Air Date Episode
Mar 9, 2009 Shortwave
Mar 23, 2009 Hunter Valentine
Apr 6, 2009 Rachelle
Apr 20, 2009 The North
May 18, 2009 The 3Tards
Oct 5, 2009 Turn Off the Stars
Oct 26, 2009 Everything All The Time
Nov 23, 2009 Big Ideas
Nov 30, 2009 Diemonds
Dec 14, 2009 Mamabolo
Jan 10, 2010 Drive Faster
Jan 18, 2010 Rides Again
Jan 25, 2010 Behind Season One
Season Two
Air Date Episode
Mar 1, 2010 Teen Tits Wild Wives
Mar 8, 2010 StereoGoesStellar
May 5, 2010 Matt Paxton
Oct 8, 2010 The Ascot Royals
Nov 5, 2010 Spiral Beach
Nov 21, 2010 The Evelyn Room
Dec 4, 2010 People You Know
Dec 23, 2010 Trick of Disaster
Galore
Mercy the Sexton
Jan 21, 2011 Jugular

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