Audio Engineer

Audio Engineer

Bob studied audio at the Institute of Audio Research in NYC. He did sound and recording for concerts at Goddard College, working with such notables as Earl Scruggs, Mose Allison, Happy and Artie Traum, Patty LaBelle, and Betty Carter.

He honed his technical chops maintaining Goddard's many analog tape machines.

He worked as Studio Consultant and Product Manager for New England Digital, manufacturer of high-end digital recording systems. He was one of the lead functional designers of the Fostex Foundation 2000 digital recording system.

He worked as a mix engineer for Vermont Public Radio, and continued as a consultant once his own studio opened, engineering remote broadcasts and occasionally composing music cues. He's also done numerous mixes for various NPR programs, as well as ISDN sessions for Disney, Lifetime Network, Court TV, and numerous national ad agencies.

He has produced numerous CDs, jingles, and music for video and film. He also does voice-over and narration, and has even done occasional on-camera work.