Frank Reber is a musician, recording engineer, and culinary enthusiast in addition to being an entrepreneur and small business owner residing in Muncie, Indiana. He is married to natural light photographer, Lauren Reber. They have two adorable cats together, Maximus Prime and Bootsy Collins.
Frank graduated with a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications, with a focus in audio production from Ball State University. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Digital Storytelling & Journalism, while teaching audio production as a graduate assistant.
Frank is considered a veteran of the Indiana music scene and has played bass in a number of bands over the years, the most notable being Charlie Don’t Surf. Since the demise of Charlie Don’t Surf in 2006, he has been writing, recording, and releasing his musical creations under a number of different project names; Videor, Real Live Robots, and Dead Animal Petting Zoo to name a few). All of his musical compositions can be found/purchased on his bandcamp page by means of a pay-what-you-want pricing model.
Aside from his own music, Frank has been recording bands in and around Indiana since 2001. In 2009 he opened a recording studio with the name Reber Recording. In addition to his 10+ years of recording experience and a college education focused on audio production, he has also trained at Electrical Audio, in Chicago. Electrical Audio is owned by Steve Albini and is primarily known for its dedication to recording to analog tape.