Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, Lee Carpenter began working in music and technology at a young age. While working for his father's business, he apprenticed under his god-father, acclaimed recording engineer Noah White, where he learned the fundamentals of live sound engineering, recording and audio design. After a stint with a touring video company, Lee moved to Los Angeles where he worked with American Music and Sound in sales management for Allen&Heath, Focusrite, Fostex, and other brands, while also consulting in artist development for several record labels. Lee specialized in creating the live experience for many up and coming artists, as well as a number of established touring clients. In 2007 he relocated to New York City and formed a design firm that specializes in merging of technology and design for the concert touring, permanent installation and event production markets. Since the creation of Eventronix, they have serviced some of the most acclaimed brands in fashion, music and the non-profit realm, including Victoria's Secret, Warby Parker Eyewear, charity: water, MTV, Comedy Central, Coty Fragrances, JP Morgan Chase, Jason Wu, Brandon Flowers of the Killers, Sony Music, Matisyahu and the Black Jacket Symphony.


On a visit to Nashville, Lee saw the need for a base in the fast growing town. Since making the move to the Music City, he has continued working with live music and touring clients, but has also expanded into the design of high-end residential systems.  Utilizing his experience creating a live experiences for large audiences has helped him in designing some of the most technologically advanced, but user friendly, residences in Nashville.