About Us

Acoustic Chambers Recording Studio is located in a private setting, nestled in the valley of the Cascade foothills in Easthill, Kent. We are approximately one-half hour drive from the heart of Seattle, Tacoma, the Eastside, and the Sea-Tac Airport.
We are known as the Songwriters Studio because we develop an intense relationship with our bands and clients to develop a commercial CD with a sound that each one of these artists can call their own. It seems the infiltration of music in the marketplace has increased while the quality is at an all time decline. Our approach to production is to see the entire process as a blank canvas that desperately needs an artist's touch and to make it an individual masterpiece with that particular artist's signature. We find this deliberate and careful approach breaks through to the audiences and audio overseers (also known as the machine.) Our goal is to take the talents of performers, songwriters, producers and the audio community to the next level. We want to see you succeed!

Our client list contains artists such as Aggressive Nature, Atahualpa, Cathilee, Klaus Lendzian, Lee Anderson, Michael O'Neill, Roger Palmer (Palmer-Reedy), Willow and many others.

William C. Reedy
Owner / Engineer

William Reedy is a highly accomplished nylon-string guitarist who writes inspirational pieces for the commercial audience. His unique, fiery rhythms and haunting melodies displayed by his extraordinary finger-style playing results in an awe-inspiring effect with his listeners. This highly accomplished playing evolved in his studies with Andrés Segovia, Narcisso Yepes, Carlos Barbosa Lima, and David Tannebaum. The classical training allowed him to express his passionate style, but his consummate skill and artistry lies within the influences of powerful productions of contemporary music.

Subsequently, he combined his guitar style with his translucent vocals. This combination was an instant attraction for producers and record labels. Harmonic Tremmor Records provided an opportunity for William to concentrate his efforts in the studio to record his original music. As he completed his first album, Spectre of Paradise, his act became more sought after making him one of the more popular artists within the NACA college circuit. After a national tour, he returned to his native New York, and, thereafter, a chief CEO of an international company discovered William. Mr. Shelly, became so touched by William's music that he arranged an exclusive international tour with Club Mediterranean. For the next three years, William was to tour over twenty-five countries from Europe to Polynesia in some of the more exotic regions of the world. It was these romantic settings that educed his lyrical story telling and heart-felt compositions that both engage and inspire an international audience. Moreover, his diversity permitted him to open for a many national acts - Kenny Loggins, Kingston Trio, Delbar McClinton, and Jose Feliciano, to name a few.

Because of William's international appeal conveyed within his musical performances, he felt compelled to take his music to an even higher level. Today, William owns and operates a successful, state-of-the-art, professional, 24 track recording facility in the Seattle area. His award winning productions make him a leading contender in the art of record production in the Northwest. This has sustained him and his facility as a center for acoustic recordings as well as the Seattle Sound.

Aimeé Marmon

Her influences dealing with the Arts started with Hollywood. Born and raised just outside of Tinsel Town made her desire to become involved in the arts prevalent. Since the age of five she has been involved with dance, music, singing, and acting. Her real strength is behind the scenes with the management and coordination of productions, so she took these talents to her first studio job at the age of fourteen. She worked part part-time at OMB Productions. Her duty at OMB was to aid in Promotion support. She dealt with mailings, press releases, advertising, ticket and venue arrangements for local and national acts. This experience became the catalyst for managing the Acoustic Chambers Recording Studio.

Her fifteen years of studio experience landed her at the Acoustic Chambers as studio manager and production coordinator. She is here to aid the artist in all phases of the recording process. She believes in organization in a very creative field. Although it is the arts, this is the music business. She helps with appointments, preparing and scheduling the correct studio musicians, negotiating prices, preparing copyrights, promotional support, written material, ( from charts to lyrics ) and artist development.

She aids William Reedy, the producer through all aspects of a client's project. Her focus is to get the best sounding CD through the talents of William and her clients, and than to prepare each one of her clients for a music market success!

Acoustic Chambers Recording Studio