Pro Audio

Graham Butterworth has spent a few decades in the British music industry. He has worked with both retailers and suppliers alike and has witnessed first hand changes to the industry that have impacted the music business. Along the way he has also developed many life long friends. Graham was one of...
Perry Capalbo spent many years working with his dad, Nate, at the family music store, Downey Music.  Downey Music was opened by Nate Capalbo when he left La Habra Music, which was founded by his brother, Toby Capalbo, who was interviewed by the NAMM Oral History program in 2010.  Perry and his...
Tim Carroll started his musical career as a session and touring keyboardist. He loved being surrounded by the latest innovations in musical technology and was always an early adopter, especially as digital audio workstations began to appear. From his session and touring experiences, he became...
Jeff Cary grew up in Rochester, New York playing guitar and started his career in the music industry by working at House of Guitars. He also developed a passion for audio gear and the recording industry. Jeff worked for the pro audio company, ART, as well as in a recording studio (for over 12 years...
Bob Casey enjoyed a long career in pro audio and radio. It all began when he was four years old when he saw the large sound cones on his father’s truck. His father formed Edward P. Casey’s Sound System Company and became one of the early inventors of PA (Public Address) systems in New York. Over...
Cliff Castle, along with Fred and Cindy Bigeh, is one of the co-founders of Audix.  Cliff's strong suit is a deep understanding of the music industry and in forming strategic relationships.  Located in Wilsonville, Oregon, Audix has become an important developer of professional vocal and instrument...
Steve Castro has toured backline for over 25 years and loves it.  Steve is a roadie’s roadie who has witnessed firsthand many of the major changes in technology that have affected live performances.  Steve has served as guitar, drum and keyboard tech for such acts as Sugarland, Lady Antebellum,...
Peter Chaikin was still in high school when he knew in his heart what he wanted to be when he grew up: a recording engineer.  He was fortunate enough to be mentored by the iconic engineer, Phil Ramone, who helped connect Peter with Chris Stone at the Record Plant.  Mr. Stone was also an early...
Guy Charbonneau, founder of the legendary Le Mobile Remote Recording Studio, has been recording music live for more than 40 years.  A pioneer in the field, he was the first to create a mobile recording studio that soon helped set the gold standard for capturing  great musical performances. A...
Ed Cherney won a Grammy Award for his work as recording engineer for the 1989 Bonnie Raitt’s album “Nick of Time.” This was just one of his many projects as mixer and engineer. He has worked with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Elton John, just to name a few. During his career he helped to...

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