Here are some of the recordings made at Rob Currie's studio:

Bet Smith & The Currie Brothers have been working together since 2014, creating the sounds you'll hear through the player below. Bet is a Muskoka-based alt-folk singer-songwriter. Rob acted as producer and engineer for the 2017 album Tightropes & Loose Ends, as well as lead guitar player. 

Sean William's Clarke's 2017 album, TOPAZ, produced by James Bunton was recorded and co-engineered by Rob at his Gravenhurst studio.

The drum loop for the final track, Machine, from The Tragically Hip's 2016 album Man, Machine, Poem, was performed by Johnny Fay and engineered by Rob at the studio in Gravenhurst.
Find Man, Machine, Poem here:

Bet Smith's 2016 traditional country album, Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is was produced and recorded by Rob. He also played guitar and bass on the album. 

Drew Taylor is an Ottawa-based folk-pop singer-songwriter. Her EP, The Flood was co-produced by Rob in spring 2015.

The Griddle Pickers are a country-bluegrass band based in Peterborough and Orillia. Their live-off-the-floor EP was recorded by Rob in spring 2015.

William by Shawn William Clarke was produced by James Bunton and co-engineered by he and Rob in Gravenhurst.

The Wretched Mathildas are a country duo from the area. Rob co-produced their first single, Prove Me Wrong.  (Please note - this song was tracked, but has been added to the end of the Mathildas' live-off-the-floor album.)  Additional musicians include Rob, Andrew Currie and Miranda Mulholland.