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The CakeMix Recording Team

We Find Inspiration in Every Project

The CakeMix Recording Studio team is made of artists, musicians, engineers, and other qualified individuals who work to create the best experience for you. Being part of the vibrant Dallas Music Scene and working with our Film and Television Production Community is what we wake up for.

Our team is here to ensure your project is a creative success.

Meet theTeam

Composer and Creative Director Bruce Faulconer of CakeMix Recording Studio in Dallas, Texa


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Founder & Creative Director

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Vice President of Operations

Bruce Faulconer is the Founder of Faulconer Productions Music Corporation, Creative Director and Composer in Residence for CakeMix Recording Studio.  He received his Bachelor's Of Music, Masters in Electronic Music and Doctorate in Music Composition from the University of Texas at Austin.  Bruce is well known for being the creator of the DragonBall Z American Soundtracks and his diverse talent has lent his passion for music to the many varied projects that have crossed his path.  Bruce is accomplished in all genres of music and is very fond of Broadway Show Music and Classical.

Lisa hails from Long Beach, California and came to Dallas in 1995 with a background in Theater Arts and Mortgage Lending and a Real Estate License from the State of California.  After moving to Texas, using her financial background she was hired at Fidelity Investments, earned her Series 6 License With FINRA and worked in the 401K Large-Cap Company division at Fidelity.  Lisa then joined the family business as VP of Operations of CakeMix Recording Studio and Faulconer Productions Music Corporation, in addition to general operations she oversees marketing, websites and is the resident Music Supervisor and Line Producer.

Bruce and Lisa have been married since 1996 and have two sons.  They love traveling, food and music of course!  Their favorite adventure was taking the boys to Alaska and hiking in to see the Alaskan grizzlies fishing during the salmon run!  It was a heart pounding adventure that they still talk about today.

Faulconer family Alaska vacation watching very large bears salmon fishing!
A balding man with glasses and a bright pleasant smile wearing a light blue shirt in front of audio mixing equipment.


Producer and Engineer

Mark Murray

We lost a good friend and colleague today.  Mark Murray lost his battle to cancer this morning and we can hardly speak due to the loss we feel.  Mark was sunshine walking, creating light wherever he went.


His smile was filled with warmth and joy and he would light up a room just by walking into it. We will miss you dear friend and will always wish we had more time just with you.

Mark created and installed the new Dolby Atmos Music Room at CakeMix Recording Studio, which is dedicated to him and will forever be known as the Mark Murray Dolby Atmos Music Room.

Memorial Services for Mark Murray will be held on Saturday, January 27th, 2024 at 2:00 pm:

Aldersgate United Methodist Church

3926 Old Denton Road, Carrollton, TX 75007

If you didn't know Mark, his career began before he even realized it. He became an avid listener in the early days of stereo. He spent his allowance buying records and later as a teenager spent his summer job wages on hifi equipment and musical instruments.


Mark’s real career began at Don Cadlwell Recording Studios in Lubbock, Texas where he was blessed to work with some of the great talents of Texas Music and beyond. He had the honor of working beside great engineers like Andy Johns (Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin) and Biff Dawes (King Biscuit Flower Hour, MTV) and incredible producers like Lloyd Maines (Jerry Jeff Walker, Terri Hendrix) and JD Souther (The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt). But his greatest moments came from the wide assortment of artists he worked with, both well known and lesser known.

He served as an engineer, producer and musician on hundreds of projects from artists such as Terry Allen, The Maines Brothers Band, Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, Steve “Esteban” Jordan (1987 Grammy Nominee) and even KISS.


Mark later relocated to the Dallas area where he was offered a position with the largest independent advertising agency in the United States, The Richards Group. There he built and maintained their in-house audio recording facilities where he produced work for iconic brands  The Home Depot, Chick-Fil-A, Bridgestone, Orkin, Fruit of the Loom and Motel 6 and more. He worked with some of the brightest minds in advertising as well as some pretty impressive voice talent including Sigourney Weaver, Ed Harris, Josh Lucas, Molly Ringwald and the voice of God himself, Don LaFontaine. His work has received multiple Mercury Awards, Addy’s and AAF recognitions.

Learn more about Mark Murray
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