After moving his family from Phoenix, AZ to Malibu, CA, Glen Campbell wanted a private place to record and make music with his children. Glen spent his life in the studio and knew the value of having full time access to high quality equipment and a private place to write, record, and play music.
Glen enlisted long time friend, and then director of engineering at Capitol Records, Arthur Kelm along with “sound expert” and engineer Richard Landers to transform a house in nearby Agoura Hills into the perfect recording retreat. The goal was a room representative of the best in modern technology while still maintaining and promoting the value of timeless analog outboard gear.
Glen's son, Cal Campbell, is now the caretaker of this fantastic family legacy. Carrying this torch is not something Cal takes lightly; something that can be seen in the passion and dedication Cal puts into each and every project that comes through Agoura Borealis.
Whether it's a simple hour of tracking vocals or a month long endeavor producing a full length LP from the ground up, Cal is a quintessential studio professional with passion, musicianship, and understanding that has become hard to find in today's music industry.