Headquartered in Beverly Hills, California, audiomachine makes symphonic and electronic scores and stock music for a variety of purposes, including movie trailers, sports broadcasts, and video games. Founded by Paul Dinletir and Carol Sovinski in 2005, its team of composers originally made music for industry-use only, but began releasing their own albums in the early 2010s. The collections Chronicles, Epica, and Helios all saw release in 2012. They were followed by 2013's Existence and Tree of Life, the latter of which marked audiomachine's debut on the Billboard Classical Albums chart.
In 2014, Phenomena reached number eight on the same chart, and they were credited alongside Harry Gregson-Williams on the soundtrack for the video game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Their own album Magnus climbed to number six in 2015, and later that year, Decimus: The Abbey Road Sessions landed in the Top 15 of the classical albums chart. They released a diverse series of LPs in 2017, including Percussive Mayhem: Anarchy, Piano Premonitions: Parallels, Pulses: Palpitate, and Life. The latter was recorded with an orchestra and choir in Prague and returned audiomachine to the classical Top 15. ~ Marcy Donelson