You have an audio job. You need sound design for a TV spot. You need to record a radio campaign. Or you need original music for a client. You need it done right. You need it done professionally. Because you’re a pro. And you need to look good.

That’s what you say around the office. And it’s true. Of course, in addition to that list of needs for work, you have some wants of your own. You want an engineer that’s a regular guy, not some snobby, wannabe rock star who acts like he’s doing you a favor. And you want a comfy couch – because your ass is going to be parked there for hours. You want a decent lunch. And hey, for once you’re the client, so would it kill them to treat you like a Turkish pasha for a few hours?

Meet Our Staff

Wayne Dykes
Wayne Dykes
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Owner
Wayne is a carbon-based life-form with 23 pairs of chromosomes (22 of them matching). What's more impressive is that he was actually born that way. He enjoys music, Crimson Tide football, barbeque, cuban cigars, bourbon and red wine among other mostly trivial pursuits. He hopes to spend his retirement years riding on a tractor somewhere in the Southeast on a reasonable but large enough to be private plot of land. Not really plowing or doing anything useful mind you... just riding.
Gopal Swamy
Gopal Swamy
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Audio Post/Sound Design/Music Composition
Gopal has worked in the sexy and dangerous world of Audio Post for over 15 years. In that time his work has been heard on national TV and Radio spots for Coca Cola, AT&T, Moe's, REI, Atlanta Hawks, Durex, Bayer, Hooters, Longhorn, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burger King, Disney, Quikrete, Summer's Eve Disposable Douche and many, many, many, many more. Gopal has also won all the advertising awards given to men of his ilk, but he is too modest to mention them here.
Alan Melville
Alan Melville
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Assistant Studio Manager
Alan is an audio engineer and a recent graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta. Since starting his professional career in 2013, he has worked with Grammy Award-winning music producer Bangladesh, Emmy-nominated television producer French Spencer, and members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. His music was featured in Let Nobody Turn You!, a Black History Month 2016 music installation at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta.

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