Forestry Consulting & Audio/Visual Multimedia Projects

We admit, these seem to be an odd combination. For many years, our corporation focused on audio recording and other multimedia projects, with a studio located in Sackville, New Brunswick. At the moment, our main focus is on reforestation and silviculture consulting work, but we'll be returning to A/V studio work in early 2027.

Focusing on education for the Canadian tree planting & reforestation industry. Environmental

Learn about the successful projects for our Environmental Division at this site.

This site covers many more silvicultural activities than just just tree planting.

Audio & DJ'ing Tutorials

All of these tutorials are hosted on the DJ Bolivia website, which is Jonathan Clark's very popular site that began as a DJ'ing project.

Learn to DJ - DJ Bolivia teaches you the industry, even if you're just starting.

Turntables - There is a resurgence of interest in DJ'ing with vinyl records.

Mixers - This software is used for production, DJ'ing, and live performance art.

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Virtual DJ - Software tailored for powerful live DJ'ing performances via laptop.

Mobile DJ'ing - Learn about what's involved in this very busy and enjoyable industry.

Music Production - We'll show you how to build EDM and techno projects from scratch.

Audio Recording - Learn the basics of building clean-sound multi-track recording projects.

Understanding Sound - Sample size, bit rate, binary, Nyquist, frequency ranges, and more.

Even though our current focus is on reforestation and silviculture work, you can see that we've been very busy in the recent past, working on a large variety of educational videos and tutorials which are especially related to DJ'ing, audio recording, and producing music. And we love doing it. That's why we're really looking forward to resuming this educational work starting in early 2027. We have a huge list of projects that we'd like to accomplish once we have time to get back to the music!

Get in touch

If you have any questions, reach out! Our preferred method of contact is via email, simply because Jonathan is frequently doing forestry work in remote areas with no cell service.