Bill Chrysler

The man, the myth, the legend. Bill Chrysler has worked for artists ranging from Paul McCartney, John Mayer, and Anthony Kiedis(Red Hot Chili Peppers) just to name a few. 

The man, the myth, the legend. Bill Chrysler has worked for artists ranging from Paul McCartney, John Mayer, and Anthony Kiedis(Red Hot Chili Peppers) just to name a few. 

The term “internationally renowned” audio engineer doesn’t come easy. Bill Chrysler has gained that title through hard work, innovation, imagination and dedication to his industry. 

Bill started his interest in sound engineering in his hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan. He toured the country working clubs with various acts and eventually settled down in Los Angeles. In the late seventies Chrysler was hosting pre-production recording sessions in a small studio he created in a Hollywood carriage house. He attended Sound Masters, Institute of Audio Engineering while working as house engineer at The Country Club where tour production managers took note. By 1978 Chrysler was working for touring sound industry giant Electrotec. He stayed with the company for over twenty years. Electrotec was bought up by PRG, this is when he started his own company, Chrysler Audio, using a large portion of the Electrotec inventory. 

Bill has been featured in leading trade publications such as, Mix Magazine, ProSound News, Front of House and others. He has been a guest speaker/presenter at conferences with audiences from all over the world. Bill has been asked on several occasions to test and comment on audio products and has acted as spokesperson for Shure Microphones and others.

After close to 40 years in the industry Bill Chrysler has decided to put everything he has into building a studio in Grand Haven, Michigan. With a super group of local musicians, artists, and various others behind him, Chrysler has built a recording studio that is at or above industry standard.