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This is just a sampling of the 1000’s of folks that Auralex has helped sound their best for over 40 years. ALL of our customers get the exact same consulting expertise and technical firepower – from small- to mega-budget projects. Rest assured that the friendly, competent engineers at Auralex will help your space be the absolute best it can be.

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Tony Succar

Producer and percussionist Tony Succar’s personal studio, Unity One in Miami, faced the same acoustical challenges that virtually all small studios encounter (namely, reflections from walls and ceilings in tight spaces), but just a few strategically chosen and placed treatments from Auralex turned his studio into a usable acoustical environment. Read More >>

Steve Marcantonio

After a career spanning four decades engineering and mixing hits for artists ranging from John Lennon, Aerosmith, Kiss, and Heart in New York’s Record Plant Studios to Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Dolly Parton and others in the legendary studios of Nashville, Steve Marcantonio has now set up his own personal Pro Tools-based production studio. Read More >>


SongFarm, a coalition of musicians, educators, and businesses that build music-creation spaces in secondary schools and led by four-time GRAMMY® Award winner F Reid Shippen and GRAMMY Award nominee songwriter Ross Copperman, relies on Auralex acoustical treatments to turn an unused room at Glenvar High School into a contemporary creative space.

"We put a call into Auralex and it was nothing short of amazing what you can do with their acoustical products and expertise.” After the installation of a number of Auralex ProPanels™, ProClouds™, ISO Series® products and ProMAX™ free-standing acoustical treatments, the transformation was complete. “Suddenly, you could now monitor accurately in there,” says Shippen Read More >>

Glenn Rosenstein

Producer and mixer for artists including U2, Talking Heads and Ziggy Marley now has personal studios in Nashville and Muscle Shoals, and Auralex® products have allowed him to create seamlessly consistent acoustical environments between studios. Read More >>

Jeff Bell

If you own a radio or television you’ve undoubtedly heard his voice. Over the last two decades he’s been a staple of the Ford Motor Company brand. With a style that ranges from hyper-masculine, to quirky character acting, to smooth down-home narration, he’s lent his voice to clients including Gillette, Sea World, Discovery Channel, Powerblock TV, the Kennedy Space Center and countless radio and TV stations. Read More >>

Johnny George

From radio to commercials, voiceover artist Johnny George delivers the message for national advertising clients from his Anthem Studios in Arizona, but he and Auralex go way back in a career that began in an Indianapolis radio station. Read More >>

Russ Long

A personal studio owner for decades, Russ Long, whose credits include projects with Wilco, Dolly Parton and Sixpence None the Richer, along with films like "Girl Interrupted" and "She’s All That", said he “came to a point where I wanted to have a mix space at home,” to increase productivity and family time. Long’s vision required new construction, with isolation and acoustical treatments by Auralex® Acoustics, Inc. integral to the successful completion of his new home mix room, Dangerland. Read More >>

The Drum Pad at Drum Paradise

Harry McCarthy’s new educational facility “The Drum Pad” in Nashville (an outgrowth of his successful Drum Paradise rental, cartage and storage business) brings together students, instructors and master teachers, all in an environment using Auralex® acoustical treatment products. Read More >>

Brian Wilson’s Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary World Tour

The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, released in 1966, was a sonic masterpiece and a pioneering effort to illustrate what can be accomplished in a recording studio. On tour, that same dedication to excellent sound is assured thanks in large part to the technical team’s selection of ISO Series® acoustical isolation products from Auralex® Acoustics. Read More >>

Derrick Wright

GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist Adele’s intimate stage production put her in the solo spotlight for part of her sold-out world tour, but drummer Derrick Wright maintained a consistent acoustical environment while accompanying her offstage using Auralex® HoverDeck™ and ProMAX™ V2 panels on tour. Wright’s new home studio also employs Auralex, with HoverMats™ and a HoverDeck™ system under the drums and piano, ProPanels™ on the walls, Sustain™ Bamboo Diffusors on the ceilings, SonoLite™ panels in the vocal booth and ISO Series™ pads under the studio monitors and guitar amplifiers. Read More >>

Elizabeth Zharoff

Elizabeth Zharoff’s multidisciplinary talents range from classical opera to sound design for cutting-edge video games and Auralex®’s range of products enables her to create exactly the right acoustical environment she needs for every project. Read More >>

Bob Bullock

Bob Bullock is a veteran professional producer, mixer and sound engineer. He began his early career in the Los Angeles area as a studio engineer, learning the tricks of the trade working side by side with some of the industry’s most noted talents. Eventually, Bob would come to work with such top artists as Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Crazy Horse, The Monkees and Chick Corea, among many others. Read More >>

Michael Lattanzi – Lattitude Studio South

Lattitude owner, producer and engineer Michael Lattanzi has found applications for almost every type of Auralex® product, from HoverMats™ and HoverDecks™ for drums, ProPAD™, ProPAD-XL, SubDudes™ and GRAMMA™ v2 s for monitor isolation, and ProGOs™ to separate amplifiers and build vocal isolation booths. Read More >>

Shane D. Wilson

When mixer Shane D. Wilson moved from a commercial studio facility, where he was a client, into a studio he built for his own use, he encountered many of the usual challenges that come with fitting music recording into spaces that weren’t intentionally designed for that application. Wilson, who has recorded and mixed hit records for such artists as Ben Rector, Switchfoot, Third Day, Josh Wilson and Crowder, started out converting one room in a house he bought four years ago into a mix studio; from there, he converted other rooms into tracking spaces like a drum room and a vocal booth. In each case, he encountered typical issues such as early reflections and bass build-ups. However, early in the process he found products from Auralex® Acoustics, Inc. Read More >>

Ray Luzier

Veteran drummer Ray Luzier is probably best known as a current member of American hard/alternative rock band KoRn. He is also the drummer for hard rock supergroup KXM (featuring members of King’s X and Dokken/Lynch Mob), and he has previously worked with a number of notable artists, including David Lee Roth, Army of Anyone, Stone Temple Pilots, Billy Sheehan and Steel Panther. Read More >>

Brad Divens

Brad Divens, the FOH mixer for GRAMMY® winner Enrique Iglesias, added a mix space to accommodate the fact that most live shows now are recorded to multitrack and need a proper mix post-event, and uses Auralex® acoustical solutions to make that space as sonically perfect as possible. Read More >>

Danny Seraphine

Danny Seraphine is one of the world’s most highly-respected rock drummers, rated by the legendary Buddy Rich as one of his favorite young drummers. He was the drummer, percussionist and a founding member of the multi-million selling, Grammy award-winning band Chicago, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. Read More >>

Adrian Belew

Adrian Belew is on many short lists of iconic guitar players whose influence is incalculable. His career includes high-profile collaborations with such artists as David Bowe, Frank Zappa, Talking Heads and King Crimson. Read More >>

Kenny Aronoff

With all due respect to James Brown, it is probably safe to say that Kenny Aronoff is the current "Hardest Working Man in Show Business"! Kenny is among the world’s most iconic drummers and hardest-working musicians. The list of artists he’s worked with reads like a who’s-who of the music industry, and he travels the world providing his powerful drumming for an amazingly diverse group of artists. Read More >>

Daryl Hall/Live From Daryl’s House

In late 2007, legendary singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Daryl Hall started the acclaimed web series Live From Daryl’s House after having the idea of “playing with my friends and putting it up on the Internet.” The show has grown in the years since then, garnering praise from Rolling Stone, SPIN, Daily Variety, CNN, BBC, Yahoo! Music and influential blogger Bob Lefsetz, as Live From Daryl’s House has set a blueprint for veteran artists reinventing themselves in the digital age by collaborating with both established colleagues and newer performers. Read More >>

Joe Bonamassa

As Joe Bonamassa approaches his 26th year as a professional musician, he continues to blaze a remarkably versatile artistic trail, and amass an authentic, innovative and soulful body of work. Bonamassa’s career began onstage opening for B.B. King in 1989, when he was only 12 years old. Today, he is hailed worldwide as one of the greatest guitar players of his generation, and is an ever-evolving singer-songwriter who has released 15 solo albums in the last 13 years, all on his own label, J&R Adventures. Read More >>

Rich Redmond

Rich Redmond is an award-winning recording and touring drummer based in Nashville and Los Angeles. He currently plays drums for multi-platinum country artist Jason Aldean. While he’s not in the studio or on tour, Rich is motivating others with his “CRASH Course for Success” or producing other artist’s music with his partners at New Voice Entertainment. Read More >>

Tony Coleman

Tony Coleman has traveled around the world, performing with some of the most iconic R&B and blues musicians ever. Read More >>

Dane Clark

When Dane Clark replaced Kenny Aronoff as the drummer in John Mellencamp's band in 1997, he did so without missing a beat. Since then, Clark has been a backbone for Mellencamp and his still-evolving music. Read More >>

Aaron Comess

Aaron Comess, founding member of GRAMMY®-nominated, multi-platinum alternative act The Spin Doctors, also has an expansive list of other credits including Edie Brickell, Aaron Neville, Natasha Bedingfield, Joan Osborne, Andrea Bocelli and many more. He also enjoys a vibrant career as a solo artist and collaborator in New York City’s jazz, experimental and singer-songwriter circles. Read More >>

Ed Victor

Ed Victor is one of the top voiceover artists in the industry. Ed's client list includes DreamWorks Pictures, Verizon, Buick, Credit Suisse Bank, Hooters Restaurants, XM Satellite Radio, Toyota, Xerox, Nissan, TGI Fridays, Audi, JC Penney, OnStar and many more top clients. Read More >>

3 Doors Down

Band members Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson and Todd Harrell share their passion for great music and great sound in exclusive interviews. Read More >>

Blue Microphones – Skipper Wise

Skipper Wise is a consummate musician and cornerstone of the recording industry. His career includes successes as both a recording artist and manufacturer with BLUE Microphones. Read More >>

Bothering Your Neighbors?

You should find "BOTHERING YOUR NEIGHBORS" not only very informative but entertaining. You may never look at your walls the same way again. Read More >>

Branford Marsalis

Known for his innovative spirit and broad musical scope, world-renown saxophonist Branford Marsalis is equally at home on the stages of the world’s greatest jazz clubs and classical halls. His recording career as a leader encompasses twelve jazz albums, two classical albums, and two Buckshot LeFonque pop releases for Sony Music. His final recording for Columbia Records, Contemporary Jazz, which has been hailed as his greatest work to date, garnered the saxophonist’s third Grammy Award. Read More >>

Craig Fuller

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Craig Fuller was a founding member of the folk-rock group Pure Prairie League in 1970. Fuller was with the group for its first two albums, leaving in 1972. In 1976, Fuller joined American Flyer, which made two albums, after which Fuller teamed up with singer/songwriter Eric Kaz, also a member of American Flyer, for a 1978 duo album. In 1988, Fuller joined a reunited edition of Little Feat. Read More >>

Don Dixon

Don Dixon is one of the music industry's greatest unsung heroes: producer, musician, performer, vocalist and songwriter. He is perhaps best known for his work as producer for some of America's favorite artists including R.E.M., Marshall Crenshaw, The Smithereens, and his wife, Marti Jones. Read More >>

GBT Studios, Nashville

Auralex Acoustics, Inc. recently provided acoustical consulting services and acoustical treatment products for the new GBT Studios facility near Nashville, Tennessee. Read More >>

Henry Lee Summer

Henry Lee Summer is a pop music icon from the '80's. He released four albums on EPIC/CBS Records and scored big with two top twenty hits; Wish I Had a Girl and Hey Baby. Read More >>

Jeff Marino

As a professional drummer, Jeff needed a place to “hit” whenever the need arose. His objective was to convert an 11’ X 15’ corner of his home basement crawl space slightly over 7’ in height into one where he could practice with a full kit, day or night, and neither disturb his neighbors nor his family. The completed room satisfied these objectives. Read More >>

Johnny A

Creating your own unique ‘voice’ and carving out a name for yourself is an almost impossible task for a guitarist these days, but Favored Nations’ recording artist Johnny A. has managed to do both. Read More >>

Klipsch, Indianapolis

Auralex Acoustics, Inc. recently provided acoustical consulting services and acoustical treatment products for the new Home Theater Demo Room at the expanded Klipsch headquarters in Indianapolis, IN. Read More >>

Lee Roy Parnell

Lee Roy Parnell is among the elite few who can be identified as a triple threat: an ace guitarist as well as a distinctive singer and songwriter. Read More >>

Mark “Coop DeVille” Cooper

As an award winning guitarist, author, instructor, and international "man of mystery", Coop has played with many of his idols and some of the music industry's elite musicians. Read More >>

Mark Williams

"Mixer" Mark Williams has a GRAMMY nomination, platimum engineering credits, and is truly revered by his peers as one of the premier recording and mix engineers. His career has no style limits, ranging from gospel superstar Kirk Franklin to the live recording of the highly successful Bonnaroo Music Festival. Read More >>

Mike Fuller – Fulltone Musical Products Inc.

Fulltone was founded in 1991 by Michael Fuller a Session Guitarist, Composer, Performer, and Electronic Tinkerer. Fulltone pedals were born out of a love for Jimi Hendrix, fine vintage pedals and Mike's frustration at the inconsistencies and the often fragile nature of old gear. Read More >>

Pat Thrall

If brochures were sent to all musicians and recording engineers embarking on professional careers, Pat Thrall would certainly be on the cover. Read More >>

Peter Erskine

“Performing at the Grammy’s after-party is a high-profile event and I’m so glad that I had the HoverDeck with me. The engineers loved it and so did the band. I can now say with complete certainty that the HoverDeck is an essential drum set accessory to have for any number of playing situations. Every production company (sound and/or backline) should have HoverDecks for use on-stage.” -Peter Erskine Read More >>

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum

Auralex Acoustics, Inc. recently provided acoustical treatment services and products for multiple rooms at the Rock aNd Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in Cleveland, OH.

The treatments were installed in the dual theaters of the Mystery Train exhibit, the MTV Video Tree Room and the Alan Freed Radio Studio. These rooms were all treated with Auralex’s ELiTE Stretched Fabric System. Read More >>

Scott Jones Private Theater

Auralex Acoustics, Inc. was hired to provide acoustical consulting services and acoustical treatment products for the Scott Jones Private Theater in Carmel, Indiana. Read More >>

Serj Tankian

Serj Tankian, the compelling singer of SOAD, in a manner as individualistic and distinctive as his music, embarked on a personal project studio build effort. His web search led to Auralex's "trusty" Read More >>

Studio 880

Studio 880 is a world-class recording facility featuring a SSL studio and a vintage Neve room, private lounges, game room, and a friendly atmosphere right in the heart of the bay area. Read More >>

Todd Sucherman

Todd is the current drummer for the rock band Styx and has worked on albums with Brian Wilson, Brian Culbertson, Steve Cole and the Falling Wallenda's. Read More >>

Vannelli Studio

Multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and performer Gino Vannelli is known internationally for his pop recordings such as "Living Inside Myself," and "I Just Wanna Stop." Auralex treatments help this artist sounding great in studio and on stage. Read More >>