Bob Clearmountain

CRAS Announces AES Event with Bob Clearmountain and Apogee

The Dec. 2 Event at the School’s Gilbert, Ariz. Campus Will Include Apogee Product Demos and Interactive Mix Sessions, Alongside More Intimate Student Discussions. Gilbert, Ariz., Dec. 1, 2022 – The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS;, the leading institution for audio engineering education, is proud to announce an in-house event with acclaimed recording engineer, mixer, and record produce Bob Clearmountain and Apogee founder and CEO Betty Bennett with CRAS’ AES student section on Dec. 2 at the school’s Gilbert, Ariz. campus. The Apogee CRAS Takeover will include Apogee product demos and interactive mix sessions, alongside more intimate student discussions.
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Engineers Dave Way and Bob Clearmountain Share Thoughts on A Bad Think’s Immersive LP

A Bad Think, a musical project led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Marquart, recently released its tenth studio album titled X, which is a beautifully Dolby Atmos®-mastered album consisting of 11 songs of modern progressive rock. X was produced and engineered by GRAMMY®-nominated artist Marquart and multi-GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Dave Way (Fiona Apple, Echo In The Canyon, Ringo Starr, Michael Jackson, Macy Gray) and recorded at The Barn in Malibu, CA; Waystation Studio in Los Angeles, CA; Cyclops Sound, L.A. (Matt Chamberlain, drums); and Studio Mezzanotte, L.A. (Phil Shenale, keyboards). The album was mixed in both stereo and Dolby Atmos by multi-platinum award-winning producer/engineer Bob Clearmountain (Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, INXS, Joe Bonamassa, David Bowie, Bryan Adams) and mastered in stereo by multi-GRAMMY winner Bob Ludwig (Led Zeppelin, Queen, Jimi Hendrix) and in Dolby Atmos by multi-GRAMMY winner Brian Lucey (Lizzo, Post Malone, The Greatest Showman soundtrack).
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Top 5: Bob Clearmountain

Bob Clearmountain is studio royalty. He has worked with major acts such as Bruce Springsteen, the Rolling Stones, Toto, Bon Jovi and Bryan Adams. Bob sits with AudioTechnology to discuss his Top 5 essential studio tools. This console is so heavily modified now. I bought it 27 years ago, and...
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Producer Crosstalk: Bob Clearmountain

Producer and mix engineer Bob Clearmountain has worked with some of the biggest artists in the industry—Bon Jovi, The Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen are among the names that sparkle on his inch-thick resume. Like many in the business, he got his start in a band. When things didn’t work out group-wise, he asked if he could hang at N.Y.C. studio Mediasound. As a relative newbie, he came with hat in hand but also with some engineering experience in pocket. He was hired as a runner and expected to serve for at least a year in that lowly position. But on his first day, he was tapped to assist on a Duke Ellington session. He now works almost exclusively from Mix This!, his Los Angeles home studio, which is powered primarily by 72 solar panels.

Apogee and Bob Clearmountain Announce an Evening of Duets

Join for an Evening of Duets with Family Company Live from Apogee Studio. This one-time-only stream is benefitting UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, - tickets are $10. Donations will provide funding for students from diverse backgrounds with a passion to solve problems that are destroying the environment. The...