Infrasonic Sound is an audio and vinyl mastering studio owned by Pete Lyman, with locations in Echo Park, California and Nashville, TN. Upon opening its doors in 2004, Infrasonic quickly carved its niche in the indie music scene and, for the past decade, has grown alongside its client roster.
GRAMMY Nominated Engineer Pete Lyman has mastered projects for Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Weezer, Panic! at the Disco, Fall Out Boy, Rival Sons and Sebadoh to name a select few. Most recently Lyman's work on Chris Stapleton's Traveller was recognized with a 2016 GRAMMY Nomination for Album of the Year. The album won the 2016 GRAMMY Award for Best Country Album, as Infrasonic client Jason Isbell took home GRAMMY's for Best American Roots Song and Best Americana Album. Lyman mixed and mastered Isbell's award-winning Something More than Free.
After opening Infrasonic West in Echo Park in 2012, the studio welcomed mastering engineer Dave Gardner to the custom-built facility at 1176 W. Sunset. In 2018 Infrasonic opened its second studio facility, Infrasonic East, in Nashville, TN.
Housing several mastering studios and a vintage Neumann lathe, the engineers at Infrasonic Sound continue to work with a diverse client roster - from Hot Snakes and Capital Cities to Boss Hog and Banks - on projects of all sizes.
Infrasonic East (Nashville, TN)
Infrasonic West (Los Angeles, CA)
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IN THE NEWS
Produce Like a Pro - Interview & Studio Tour with Pete Lyman
Mix Magazine - Infrasonic Sound Welcomes Engineer Dave Gardner
Village Voice - Vinyl's Resurgence (video)
The Los Angeles Times - Infrasonic Presses Forward with Vinyl Masters
Pensado's Place - An Interview with Mastering Engineer Pete Lyman
The Hollywood Reporter - L.A.'s Top Temples of Sound