Meet the Pulsworks Team
Dr. David PulsOwner / Operator
Pulsworks Audio Arts is the brainchild of founder Dr. David Puls, a highly educated and skillful afficionado of all things musical and sonic.
Apart from a degree in music with a double-major in conducting, David has been recording for nearly thirty years having made over a thousand classical recordings and worked with famous artists at both a national and international level. In 2005 David decided to consolidate his varied interests in hi-fi, home theatre and recording by forming Pulsworks Audio Arts.
Sandy BurnettProducer / Engineer
Sandy is highly experienced in every part of the recording process, Sandy loves nothing more than to create great records and work with musicians whose passion he shares. He is very enthusiastic about encouraging the younger engineers and is always telling them 'aim higher!'
Gerry GollaElectronics Guru
Gerry started his electronics passion at a very early age when he tried to convert a windup alarm clock to an electric one, with the predictable "hair raising" results. He overcame his learned fear of electric shocks and became interested in recording. Gerry got his first studio job in 1969 at a small studio in Edmonton Alberta where he learned the art of ignoring the technology and hearing the music.
No he is not asleep at the controls! With a love of everything electronic and mechanical, he is at home in both old and new school technologies and has a passion for teaching and passing on knowledge.
Zach came to Pulsworks through a recommendation from one of our former engineers and is busy carving a niche for himself at the studio. His favorite genres to record are mostly metal and hard rock, but at school he also plays jazz and orchestral music on electric guitar and both electric and upright bass. If all this playing and recording wasn't enough, Zach's also been doing some photography for the studio website as well as splitting his time between here and running live sound at several locations.
"Helping others to find the sounds they want is my goal," says Zach. "That's the best part of the job!"
Brady's love for music began in his early teen years and moved him to attend the Art Institute of Vancouver for a diploma in Professional Recording Arts. In the years he attended the Art Institute, Brady spent all hours in the recording studios learning and perfecting his abilities. After having completed his education, Brady moved back to Saskatchewan to record close to home. His musical tastes are wide ranging all the way from country to metal to dance.
Although engineering is Brady's main interest right now, he plans to build a career in the industry as a producer as well.