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blog category created 19 February 2022 written by Taka George

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Bob is the in-house engineer/producer/mixer at the Motor Museum in Liverpool. He is an extremely talented, hard-working and inspiring individual. He started his professional career during exceptionally difficult times of this global pandemic. During which he has created some incredible songs with numerous local artists. Bob has a way of making people feel unreservedly comfortable in the studio, this, and his bright and optimistic attitude helps artists feel confident in creating music that really bares their soul. I have worked with Bob as a session vocalist on multiple occasions and in every recording session he brings vibrancy, excitement and genuine love to what he creates. The work that Bob is involved in isn’t just loved by his clients and artists. Songs he has produced have been featured on BBC Radio 1’s Future Artists with Jack Saunders including the ‘Next Wave’, BBC Radio 1 Introducing, including Introducing’s ‘Track of the week’.


Bob, is the most beautifully talented and humble producer. He has recorded and produced five of my singles with such a calming and professional attitude, he is meticulous with everything he does and has a golden ear for hidden frequencies and instrumental parts. He turns rough demos into masterpieces, adding that unique Bob glitter to everything he mixes. It has been an absolute pleasure and privilege to work with Bob and I just feel lucky to have been in his presence and to have worked with him creatively before he inevitably blows up. The best thing about Bob and what makes him so different to other producers is his kindness and studio manner, he creates an environment which makes his artists feel at home and inspired.

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Here are the amazing nominees for the MPG Awards 2022 Self-Producing Artist of the Year, sponsored by @shure - @lau_ra_lau_ra @The_Anchoress Dean Richardson Good luck to everyone! The winner will be announced on 9 June πŸ†πŸ†πŸ† pic.twitter.com/ltng5EglLb

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