Harold LaRue
Owner, Chief Engineer

Harold LaRue is a mastering engineer and educator with over thirty years of audio production and technical training experience. He is the Owner and Chief Engineer of Harold LaRue Mastering, which relocated to Houston, Texas in 2019.

Recent projects include The Voice’s Kayley Hill, Macy Gray, and R&B legend, Jeffrey Osborne, whose return to the Billboard charts was featured in Rolling Stone magazine (November 2018):


As an educator, Harold has designed and presented studio production, audio mastering, and technical troubleshooting curricula at several universities and music production schools, including:

Harold’s experience extends beyond the studio and classroom to sound design/mixing for live music, theatrical, and film productions. He has further combined these skills to design studios and live music venues in the US and abroad, notably Danilo’s Jazz Club (Casco Viejo, Panama) for Danilo Pérez (Wayne Shorter Quartet, Panama 500):


International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)
Audio Engineering Society (AES)
Recording Academy (Grammys)
International Standard Recording Code (ISRC)