Bobby received his BA in music production and technology from Capital University. He spent his college years running live sound around Columbus, Ohio, and producing local artists until he moved to Fort Wayne to teach recording and production at Sweetwater Academy. Bobby has since created about 10,000 samples that can be heard in music across multiple genres. He loves to write music, particularly EDM, rock, and metal, and has won or placed in multiple remix competitions, including taking second place for Covet’s song “Shibuya” and Sumerian Records’ remix contest featuring Bad Omens’ “Careful What You Wish For.”
Bobby is an avid Reason Studios user who has taught a Master Class and released tons of tutorials on the software. As an audio engineer, his Pro Tools proficiency, knowledge of sound design, and expertise in modern production techniques work in tandem with the other engineer skill sets to produce the best product possible for clients. He takes inspiration from all over to re-create specific effects, tones, and techniques, helping clients fully realize the potential of their songs. For the last several years, Bobby has traveled with Sweetwater Studios as a sound engineer during festival season — working with rock bands including Fever 33, Underoath, Stone Sour, Memphis May Fire, and many more.
Blink-182’s Enema of the State was a defining album in Bobby’s life, especially because “Adam’s Song” was the first song he ever learned to play on guitar and became the catalyst for his first explorations into music.