Bob is an internationally awarded audio engineer, music producer and sound designer with over 20 years experience in music production, immersive mixing, theatre sound design, location recording, broadcast, film and audio consultation in Australia, Europe and Asia.
Specialising in immersive sound, Bob offers Dolby Atmos and Apple Spatial Audio mixing in 7.1.4 surround sound. Atmos goes beyond the ordinary listening experience and puts you inside the music in a new spatial way, revealing every detail of the music with unparalleled clarity and depth.
In 2020, Bob produced the original motion picture soundtrack for the film “River” with the “Australian Chamber Orchestra and Richard Tognetti,” premiered “The Nightline” which was an immersive sound work at Melbourne’s Rising Festival and recorded Bryce Dessner’s “Impermanence/Disintegration” with the Australian String Quartet.
In 2019, Bob was the recipient of Tokyo’s World Festival “Sound Design” award for “The Howling Girls” and an ARIA Award for production on Paul Kelly’s “13 Ways To Look At Birds.” He received an additional three nominations for his work on Chaika’s “Arrow”, Ellen Kirkwood “[A]part” and ACO’s “Haydn | Mozart.”
With a credit list that includes the likes of Sarah Blasko, Paul Kelly, Kate Miller-Heidke and Josh Pyke, Bob is sought out by creatives who want to push the boundaries of sound, cross-pollinating ideas and techniques from different audio traditions and fusing new ideas with established forms.