Aire-Born-Studios Aire Born Studios ( is a 5 room live recording, production and mixing facility that has been in business since 1987. Aire Born’s reputation for excellence in live orchestra and choral recording has led to many sessions for publishing companies such as Hal Leonard, Lorenz, Majesty Music, Hope, Word, Lifeway, Concordia and Alfred Music.

After years of stellar work in the publishing world, Aire Born Studios had developed a reputation that led to work on projects such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Universal Orlando Theme Park, the James Bond 007 Goldeneye video game for Nintendo Wii, Disney On Ice, and many more impressive projects including hosting the legendary composer John Williams as he conducted the Aire Born session orchestra performing his arrangement of “The Star-Spangled Banner” for the Rose Bowl Parade. Because of the success of that session, John Williams has called on Aire Born to record several arrangements for him with his friend, Paul Lavender (Vice President of Hal Leonard Publishing), conducting the orchestra.

Work on such high profile projects led to further interest in audio post work for film and video including sound design, scoring, foley, ADR, and final mixing.

Film composers would find Aire Born Studios to be an affordable resource for recording live music for their film scores, and film companies can rely on the seasoned professionals at Aire Born to take their audio to the next level.