About DubeyTunes

Launched in 1995 by award winning composer and producer Stuart Dubey, DubeyTunes has grown to national acclaim, providing audio production, original music and sound design for broadcast television, film, games and new media.

Our Clio and Emmy award winning audio team has worked with leading entertainment, ad agency and fortune 1000 clients, helping producers translate their ideas into immersive audio experiences. Our music and production work can be heard across multiple platforms, ranging from TV Super Bowl commercials to embedded iPod games to mobile entertainment on carriers worldwide. DubeyTunes is located in San Francisco’s “Audio Alley” SOMA district, home to many of Silicon Valley’s brightest media stars.

Our experience spans more that a decade of audio productions and products. We thrive on innovation and fusing new technologies with genuine creativity.


About Stuart Dubey

Hailed by Pro Sound as one of the top ten most influential people in the Bay Area’s audio post production industry, Emmy award winner Stuart Dubey has spent his life at the epicenter of sound innovation. From penning his first love song at eleven years old, to launching cutting edge music studios in Los Angeles, to building DubeyTunes into one of San Francisco’s premiere audio production facilities, Stuart has been at the forefront of the evolving world of sound-and-graphic delivery.

In addition to serving as CEO of DubeyTunes since 1995, Stuart was founder and CEO of Sonicopia, an interactive audio company that developed innovative media products for a host of leading internet, gaming and entertainment companies including Yahoo!, MTV, Disney, PBS and BMG. Sonicopia was acquired in 2001 by Pulse Entertainment, a Time Warner funded company. Stuart also served as a developmental beta consultant for Avid/Digidesign and has been featured in Mix, Shoot, Media, Cue and Post magazines as an audio innovator.

Prior to forming DubeyTunes Studios, Stuart worked as a prolific L.A. based composer/producer in the recording, advertising and television industries.