Audio Lab Celebrates 20 Years of Sex, Ads and Rock and Roll 

Friday, May 18, and Saturday, May 19, at Audio Lab

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.

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