Luke, circa 2012, in his studio before he switched to Reaper and painted the walls BLACK!

Luke Wilson

Absolute Audio began in 2006 with nothing more than two microphones, an out-dated version of Cakewalk and an ambition. Owner and founder, Luke Wilson, remained undeterred at these meager beginnings and has since grown his small collection of haphazard gear into a true recording studio with many satisfied customers from a variety of genres and projects.

Luke started playing guitar at the age of 9 and hasn’t stopped, picking up generous amounts of ability on bass, drums and keyboards since then. After high school, Luke first studied Audio Production at Vincennes University in southern Indiana before relocating to Tempe, AZ to earn his Pro Tools Certifications from the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in 2002. After spending time with industry luminaries such as Sylvia Massy and George Renfro, Luke decided that owning his own studio was a priority. 

Now, with decades of recording, writing and performing experience coupled with the best equipment and technology, Luke regularly releases albums via his extreme music label, Forbidden Records, and partners with like-minded individuals who are seeking the divine in all things aural.

Jerry Lehr

The catalog of over 500 tracks on his Bandcamp page is just the tip of the iceberg.

The maestro himself, giving the Sign of the Warlock!

Since he was 5 years old, Jerry Lehr has been writing and performing music. Although Nine Inch Nails and KMFDM are big influences, the piano was his first passion borne from his exposure to Beethoven as an infant. The snarling guitar grunge of Soundgarden and Nirvana brought about another personality. Combined with a love for synthesizers, vintage computing and DIY recording, Jerry makes woodshedding look easy. 

While in college at ITT Technical Institute, Jerry made three video game soundtracks in one year, providing over 60 tracks while also completing his coursework. Thanatos, Sin Harvest and No Limits Blackjack feature the some of Jerry’s earliest Game Compositions.

With the majority of Project Warlock‘s music to his credit, Jerry Lehr set the mood and atmosphere for what has become one of the most anticipated FPS games in recent memory.

Jerry’s ability to produce quality music in a short amount of time is an amazing asset to your project. What can take other producers months to complete, Jerry can do (and has done) with a keyboard, mouse and piano roll editor in a weekend. Just check out his website @ http://www.lehr.me/