From Dream to Reality
Windowpane Studios began in my bedroom in 2015. My band Cathuria had just had our first studio experience, and I had fallen in love with the art of audio engineering in the process. Over the next two years, I worked on advancing my engineering skills by recording my own material and my friends' bands in my mom's house - drums in the living room, vocals in the closet. When I graduated high school in 2016 and got to Berklee in Boston, Massachusetts, I pursued a Music Production & Engineering degree. I graduated a year early, in 2019, and decided to come back to the place I loved. My goal is to provide Arkansan musicians, be they prog metal virtuosos or singer-songwriter troubadours, with quality audio engineering services at reasonable prices. Book your next session with us today.
Rayce Coyle, Owner and Lead Engineer
Owner, Lead Engineer
Rayce Coyle is a Berklee-educated audio engineer, record producer, and musician from Lonoke, Arkansas. A graduate of the Music Production & Engineering program at Berklee, he has studied under the tutelage of respected engineers and producers such as Matt Ellard, Sean McLaughlin, Jonathan Wyner, and Mitch Benoff. He focuses primarily on working with heavy and progressive music, but is comfortable working in any style or genre. He is the founder and lead engineer of Windowpane Studios in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, serving the regions of northwest Arkansas, southwest Missouri, and northeast Oklahoma. His passion for engineering stems from his belief that the artist deserves to have their music heard exactly how they envisioned it. Rayce creates progressive music as Cathuria, and is the bassist of Edgar Lee Island.