Dallas Pro Sound is owned by Dallas Richardson.

Dallas began his career in Pro Audio in 1978 mixing bands he played in, and in 1981 was asked to mix another band. He fell in love with mixing once the responsibly of playing instruments and singing was lifted. After winning the 1983 Oklahoma Music Awards “Best Engineer” he was hired as the head live engineer for Driver Music Company where he worked with artists including BB King, Reba McEntire, Spyro Gyra and numerous other National Acts. He left Driver Music in 1984 when he got the opportunity to tour with Glam Rock Band “The Tricks”. When that tour ended he went back to work for Driver Music. While there he went into the studio with Christian Rock Band “Solid Rock” to produce their album “Reel 2 Real” which had singles charting at #9 and #15 on CCM. He mixed at his church Bethany First Church of The Nazarene and for his brothers band “The Dirt Poets” when they opened for “Heart”, and “A Flock of Seagulls” during the late 80’s and through the 90’s.

Once Dallas Pro Sound was established in 2000, Dallas picked up several new clients including the OKC Beaux Arts Ball, Toby Kieth’s I Love This Bar & Grill, Deep Deuce Jazz Cafe, The Wise Guys, the Charlie Christian Jazz Festival and in 2005 began working for Basketball & Jazz legend Wayman Tisdale. He began mixing at St. Lukes United Methodist Church in 2008, and the OKC Jazz Orchestra in 2012.

 Dallas Pro Sound has engineering and production experience for international, national, regional, and local musical artists in over 5,000 venues, in more than 100 cities nationwide. They have provided audio needs to crowds of over 7,000 for indoor events and over 35,000 for outdoor events. Dallas Pro Sound engineers have worked all genres of music, including pop, jazz, classical, rock, R&B, country, western, bluegrass, big band, blues, gospel, praise & worship, new wave, metal, hip hop, rap, and punk as well as numerous boxing, MMA & speaking engagements. They provide production for national, regional and local business and church conferences, as well as church camps.