PETE LYMAN

 

Pete Lyman is a GRAMMY-nominated mastering engineer, and owner of Infrasonic Mastering, an audio and vinyl mastering studio with locations in Los Angeles, CA and Nashville, TN. He has mastered Grammy-nominated projects for Panic! At the Disco, Weezer, John Prine, Jason Isbell, and has been recognized with GRAMMY nominations for Album of the Year for Chris Stapleton’s Traveller, and Brandi Carlile's "By The Way, I Forgive You". Lyman’s music career began at the age of 14, playing bass in a number of bands, and sharing the stage with a variety of bands including My Bloody Valentine, The Mars Volta, and Sebadoh.

In 2012, Lyman opened Infrasonic Los Angeles, a custom-built mastering facility in Echo Park. He has since opened additional studio facilities in Nashville, TN and Oakland, CA. Infrasonic Nashville is now home to Pete's custom mastering suite, and his 1956 Neumann AM-32B cutting lathe.