About Us

Audio Lab, located in Boise Idaho provides state of the art recording & mastering environments for live and studio performances. Projects Ranging from Full Orchestrations to Soloist, Duo and Full Band recording projects along with Sound Design, Editing and Composition for Film & Video Audio Lab has the resources and talent to complete your production with perfection.

Audio Lab has been in Business since 1992 and is now, located in Garden City, Idaho at our state of the art recording & mastering facility. Now a 3000 square foot facility. Audio Lab has a combined experience of 40 plus years in the industry with Steve Fulton and Pat Storey as co-owners and Engineers.


Experience includes:

  • 40 combined years as Commercial Studio owners and operators
  • 30 years combined Live Audio Engineering and Live Mult-track recording engineering.
  • 15 years in Major Concert Production Management working with artists such as Eric Clapton, Steve Martin, Jewel, Santana, Alanis Morisette, Sum 41, Beck, Crosby Stills & Nash and 100’s more.
  • Full Sound design, Editing, Mixing for Film and Television
  • In house Studio Musicians versed in Piano, Guitar, Drums, Mandolin.
  • Full Film Scoring Capabilities in house.
  • Record Producing for 15 years
  • Music Industry Consulting

 

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Film & Video

The soundtrack for the full-length motion picture "Not This Part of the World" was recorded entirely at the Audio Lab, and much of the on-location audio was recorded with the Audio Lab mobile recording unit. All sound-editing for the film was also completed at the Audio Lab.

Recording

After 19 years of doing business in Boise Idaho, Audio Lab has become well known for its work with many local, regional and national Rock, Hard Rock, heavy Metal, Ska, Rap, Hip-Hop, Dance, Industrial, Jazz, Fusion, country,  gospel and Bluegrass groups.

Mastering / Re-Mastering

Using DC ART digital audio restoration tools, the Audio Lab is able to convert old analog recordings to a cleaner, sharper digital sound. Remastering old recordings can make them sound truer to the original studio recording than ever before, leaving you with a beautiful recording.