Audio Assemble is a web site that was created so that people can easily and quickly learn how to use Pro Tools recording software, and everything that comes along with it. It was founded in 2008 and will continue to serve as your one-stop Pro Tools learning center for as long as Pro Tools is the Music Industry Standard for recording (which we think will be a very long time).
This web site is not just for Pro Tools LE and Pro Tools users – it is for all lovers of music. The site will take many different approaches on delivering what you need as a producer, musician, and overall music lover to help you understand recording and the music industry and how it plays an important factor in our lives whether you are a professional or amateur music producer, or whether you are just someone that is interested!
There are three main goals for Audio Assemble.
- Help all levels of music products to understand their industry better.
- Help educate musicians and producers on the best types of equipment to use
- Help musicians and producers have the edge in their career by providing a free avenue of information directly relevant to their career and passion
Are you thinking of becoming a Producer?
Then this is the site for you. You will be able to gain extensive knowledge on how to use your tools as a producer (if you have already bought them).
Stick around if you are interested in learning, and if you are interested in learning for free. If you are interested in helping us then please visit our contact page where you will learn how you can help and potentially join us in our quest to bring the best Pro Tools Tutorial website come to life.
Philip Rudy – Founder
Philip had the founding vision for Audio Assemble, previously known as Pro Tools Tutorial. In 2008 Philip began recording and producing songs and had a hard time to find free and accurate information on Pro Tools software. From there the website was born.
Philip currently works as a Software Engineer for Microsoft and handles the editorial strategy as well as much of the technical aspects of Audio Assemble’s website.
Thomas Rudy – Co Founder
Thomas began helping out back in 2010 with the first few iterations of the website. He has helped to produce much of the content, formed partnerships with Audio Engineering institutions, and created the latest version of the website.
Thomas handles many of the artist interviews as well as guitar content.
Sean Davis – Editor, Instructor, Music Producer
New York, NY
Sean serves as our industry expert for music production. He holds a BS in Music Business and Marketing from Full Sail University and works as a Producer in New York city.
You will find him writing amazingly detailed gear reviews, interviewing artists, and providing invaluable insight for our Audio Engineering learners.
Brandon Shaver – Contributor, Musician
Brandon is a singer/song writer based in Seattle Washington. You can find him writing on the music scene in Seattle, as well as performing there too.
He is our Reaper DAW expert and he often contributes to artist interviews, music news, and gear updates.
Marie Sorenson – Contributor, Music Producer, Musician
Marie has some of our most viewed content for video tutorials. She is extremely knowledgeable working with pro tools and is a talented musician to match.
This about section wasn’t enough for her, so we gave her an interview as well.
Dan Spencer – Contributor, Music Producer
Dan has provided most of the free tutorials on this website early on. His work has been seen as has helped hundreds of thousands of early learners looking to record using pro tools software.
After graduating from the Art Institute of Washington with a BA in audio engineering, Dan has gone on to becoming a Grammy Nominating voter, as well as gathered over 1 million listens for his Album “Back Track” on Spotify.
Get in Contact
We answer every email, but if you are looking to get into contact with us right away please message us on Facebook.
For general inquiries:
listen at audioassemble.com
thomas at audioassemble.com
philip at audioassemble.com