A long-time music industry veteran, Bobby Owsinski started his career as a guitar and keyboard player, songwriter and arranger, eventually becoming an in-demand producer/engineer working not only with a variety of recording artists, but on commercials, television and motion pictures as well. One of the first to delve into surround sound music mixing, Bobby has worked on over a hundred surround projects and DVD productions for a variety of superstar acts. Combining his music and recording experience with an easy-to-understand writing style, Bobby has become one of the best-selling authors in the music recording industry with 19 books that are now staples in audio recording, music, and music business programs in colleges around the world, including the best-selling Mixing Engineer's Handbook, Recording Engineer's Handbook, and Music 3.0:A Survival Guide For Making Music In The Internet Age. A frequent moderator, panelist, and program director for a variety of industry conferences, Bobby has served as the longtime producer of the annual Surround Music Awards, and is one of the creators and executive producers for the "Guitar Universe" and "Desert Island Music" television programs. Visit Bobby's production blog at bobbyowsinski.blogspot.com/, his Music 3.0 blog at music3point0.blogspot.com, and his website at bobbyowsinski.com.
The highlight of this book would be the interviews of each mix engineer. I felt I got more out of the conversations between the author and the various engineers than anything else,... Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2010 by Cody
Many people will tell you that there is no one way to mix a project, and I agree after having read The Mixing Engineer's Handbook. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2006
Upon deeper inspection of the contents of this book, I had to change my review. I am finding this book absolutely phenomenal. Read morePublished on Sept. 25 2003 by Cameron Straatsma
This book is really about the things that top mix engineers say they pay attention to most in mixing. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2003 by Michael Rempel
Real world advice from a working professional. Actually, many working professionals... the book draws heavily from a couple dozen interviews of some of pro audio's heavy hitters... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2002 by Steve Keller
This book does not tell you specific mechanics of how to do a mix: after all, that's the signature of the engineer. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2001 by "gdatlanta"