Noisebox Studios has been currently serving some of the most popular artists and companies in Utah. Some of these clients and artists to use our studio and services include: Arglye, Nik Day, Tiffany Alvord, Wired For Havoc, The Strike, The Second Round, Cosmo Frequency, Caleb Blood, Covey Audio Books, Brumby, Mimi Knowles, Nate Noble, Paul Harmon, Jonathan Keith, Amirah Ali, BYU’s Animation Department, Our Dilemma, Tom Kane, Truman, SideLined, Kindle Creek, Steven Stucki, Blind Actuaries, Breneau, Amy Whitcomb, Brittney Snyder, Ete, Robert and the Carols, Shere Hulet, Synergy, The Gardiner Sisters, and many, many more.
We have received numerous comments from music professionals about the "commercial quality" of our music. –Bryce Jensen, Kindle Creek
“Dave is so chill. He works quickly and efficiently, and provides great musical insight when you're in a pinch and don't quite know what to do with your arrangement. Fantastic place to record!”–Zach Collier, Date Night
"Noisebox studios is a phenomenal place to record for professional quality recordings. Not only is Noisebox a great space with great equipment, Dave Zimmerman is a great engineer who knows how to perfectly use every plug-in and piece of equipment he owns."–Caleb Blood
Every time I write a new song I have a vision of what I would like it to sound like, and recording here never fails to bring that vision alive.–Kimberly Connors
“The quality is superb! [...] It’s a very warm atmosphere, which is something I didn’t get at another more expensive studio. Recording at Noisebox was the best experience I have EVER had at a studio. ”–Steve Nunez, TMBE
“Dave was amazing to work with, extremely competent and experienced in his field. I would recommend Noisebox Studios to anyone and everyone looking to record. […] Dave is friendly, easy to get along with, and extremely helpful. I would rate more than 5 stars if I could.”–Landon Van Wagoner
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