Jason Broomfield, who is originally from Spanish Town, St Catherine, Jamaica is an audio engineer who became known in the 1990s dancehall era. He spent most of his time with Startrail Records Studio in Kingston where he contributed to the sound of Everton Blender and Anthony B. Broomfield has migrated to Orlando, Florida since 2008 and is scheduled to launch Open Doors Recording Studio later this month. His publicist is believed to have said that his vision was to always have his own studio regardless of the size. The only thing that matters was to always deliver the best music. Broomfield is truly grateful that his dreams have been fulfilled. He also mentioned that Open Doors Recording Studio will deliver the best in music production to every artiste.
Broomfield, who started off with reggae music, realized that it was very challenging to become popular with reggae in his new town and so he came up with the vision of Open Doors Recording Studio. His journey started 31 years ago at Jack Scorpio Studio in Kingston then later on moved to JR Productions which is owned by Junior Reid and lastly to Donovan Germain’s Penthouse Records; home of Buju Banton, Beres Hammond, Wayne Wonder and Marcia Griffiths.
During Broomfield’s time at Penthouse, he became friends with Richard Bell who is the head of Startrail Records who was behind neo-roots anthems like Lift Up Your Head by Everton Blender and Anthony B’s Fire Pon Rome. Bell later opened his studio and offer Broomfield another employment opportunity. At Starttrail, he offered his assistance on a number of songs which include Family Man by Everton Blender, Raid The Barn and Minister Heartless by Anthony B and Bright Days by Norris Man. He wants to express gratitude to Bell for being the foundation of his success. The launch of Open Doors Recording Studio will coincide with Broomfield’s debut as a producer. He plans to release the Open Doors rhythm which features songs by Anthony B, Norris Man and Luciano.