Though there's no shortage of audio production facilities in the Treasure Valley--especially now that nearly any laptop is a de facto studio--for years, one joint has carried the torch as the gold standard: Audio Lab.
The long-lived Boise studio run by musician Steve Fulton has recorded tunes for local bands as well as mega-famous acts like Sum 41.
On Friday, May 18, and Saturday, May 19, Audio Lab will celebrate its 20th birthday with live music, studio tours, raffles, discounted rates and a swinging party at Visual Arts Collective. (Audio Lab can't get in because it's only 20.)
The music will be provided by a variety of musicians who have recorded at the facility, and will include a special set from one of the studio's co-founders, Todd Dunnigan, on May 18.[ Video is no longer available. ]