Category Archives: David Royer


This excerpt from a live CD by Kat Lyons was recorded in The Integratron, ‘an acoustically perfect tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex in the magical Mojave Desert’ by David Royer and Dusty Wakeman in December,
2005. Recorded direct to cd using a pair of protype MA-200s through an ‘ammo-case’ micpreamp, custom made by David.

Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls

The crystal bowls used in the Sound Bath are made from 99.99% pure quartz, crushed and heated to about 4000 degrees in a centrifugal mold. The bowls generate powerful and pure frequencies. They are being used in traditional and alternative health care for relaxation, pain relief, and to promote healing. There is a wide agreement that the 7 major notes of the scale correspond to the 7 major energy centers, or chakras, of the body, as well as to the colors of the spectrum. Hence, a full set of bowls, like those used in the Sound Bath. This is an excerpt from a 30 minute sound bath, as performed by Joanne Karl.




Across the street from Mojave Audio in Burbank, CA, is a park with a baseball diamond and a railroad track running behind it. Recently David Royer took a pair of MA-100’s with omni directional capsules attached to capture the Metrolink train that passes by numerous times a day. check out the car alarm at the end.

While waiting for the train, we heard a great sound coming from the parking lot next door. It was a worker banging a dumpster with a sledge hammer. Fell free to sample and use.

We also got lucky and captured a ball game. You’ll hear the crack of the bat, the ball being caught followed by a het taking off from Burbank airport.