Bob Tucker, VP Sound Recording & Chief Engineer

Bob Tucker is one of the golden ears of the digital audio revolution, merging both technical and musical skills. Tucker started his studio career in the mid 80’s. and into the 90’s as chief engineer for Muse Studio (Northridge) and Trevor Lawrence’s Blue Palm Studios. (North Hollywood). Whether it is production, engineering, post-production or remixes–Tucker delivers.

In the traditional R&B genre, he recorded and mixed The Temptations’ Grammy winning album Ear-Resistible and the largest selling Temptations Album Phoenix Rising, and a number one hit for India. Arie, also her album “This Is My Testimony Vol. 1. During two years of mixing The On Tour television rock concert series for PBS, he mixed a phenomenal cross-section of major recording artists, over a hundred notables with a wide variety of needs including Sting, Tears For Fears, The Cure, Bruce Hornsby, Dishwalla, Indigo Girls, The Goo Goo Dolls, Beck, Joan Osborne, The Gin Blossoms, Bush, The Cowboy Junkies, No Doubt, The Verve Pipe, Poe, Rickie Lee Jones and White Zombie.

He has also engineered songs for major motion picture soundtracks including: Scary Movie, The Waterboy, Dr. Dolittle, What Women Want, Above The Rim, Deuce Bigalow and Exit Wounds. He has also made a mark in Latin music, mixing and mastering numerous artists for Ahi-Nama, Jimmy Maslin’s noted Cuban music, Including “The New Jump Blues” Ahi-Nama’s newest.

He has shaped the sound of such hits as Tupac Shakur’s “Keep Your Head Up,” “Pour Out A Little Liquor,” “Dear Mama,” and the remix “I Get Around.” He also recorded and mixed Kurupt’s “We Can Freak It” with producer Battlecat. His flamenco remix of Angela Via’s “Picture Perfect” (Atlantic Records) displays his production skills.