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Delroy "Dr. Marshall" HarrisonDelroy

Dr Marshall has grown up with Anchor as he began his career with us 20 years ago. Also known as Doc, he has created a reputation for himself as a versatile, unique and creative audio engineer and producer. Don't let appearances fool you; when first meeting Doc, you are introduced to a shy, reserved and quiet individual - get him into a studio and he transforms. He takes control as he sings, rocks to the beat and gives direction; his passion for his work removes all reservations. His moniker was inspired by his vigilance towards work; as serious and thorough as a marshall; if it takes 100 recordings to get it right, you'll do 100 recordings. It's also common knowledge that Doc's only weakness is a pretty lady; put one in front of him and you'll witness the transition to Dr. Smooth!

Some of Dr. Marshall's clients:
  • Shaggy
  • Freddie McGregor
  • Cocoa Tea
  • Maxi Priest
  • Shabba Ranks
  • Beres Hammond
  • Jimmy Cliff
  • Buju Banton
  • Beenie Man
  • Bounty Killa
  • Gyptian
  • Richie Spice
  • Sizzla
  • Capleton
  • Mavado
  • Vybz Kartel
Apart from being an Anchor Studio staple, Dr. Marshall has toured South Africa, Europe and the US with Bunny Wailer, Morgan Heritage, Chaka Demus & Pliers as a sound engineer. He also does his own producing and most recently has ventured into the genre of movie soundtrack mixing; his current project is mixing in 5.1 surround sound with movie directors from Paris. Doc has even dabbled in singing; his more notable recording “Halabalu” became a hit on the Jamaican dancehall charts. There really isn't anything Dr. Marshall can't do.

Area of specialty: "I am a magician - whatever anyone else can't do - I can. And I fix what no one else can fix."

What stage of music creation do you enjoy the most?
"Music is growth and you have to love the beginning before you can love the end so, I love the entire process from recording to mixing through to the end."

Preferred Anchor studio: "Each Anchor studio has a unique sound - the song and what you're trying to achieve will determine the studio."

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