Sam Margolis, Producer, Engineer, Owner
Sam's passion for sound and music started in his early days growing up in rural Vermont. Margolis began his music career at the age of 4, starting with the drums and expanding to guitar, ukulele, piano, accordian, harmonica, and the donkey jawbone. He started recording sounds at age 7 and has never looked back since.
Margolis received a BA from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME in 2001 and upon graduating, moved to Boston to pursue dual careers in music and technology. In 2009 he enrolled in the audio production program within Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts, and graduated in 2011, a certified Audio Engineer.
In the studio Sam works with GRAMMY & Emmy Award Winners, Pulitzer Prize Nominees, Music Professors, Corporate Marketing Executives, independent & emerging artists from varying genres, with a specialty in Roots & Americana music. Margolis produced an audio documentary called "Americana Nueva" which was licenced by Northeast Public Radio.
Sam loves the thrill of working with new people in creative ways to help produce music and design audio experiences that break new ground and serve meaningful purpose. He is inspired by nature, the outdoors, artists of all kinds, friends and family, animals and exotic food.