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Grammy and Multi-platinum Producer/Mixer

"Do you want to get rich and famous, or do you want a career? (We will work toward the latter, which can also get you the first!). Rather than “waiting for something to happen,” work to establish your trajectory as a professional in the music industry. Emphasis will be placed on developing a compelling image, expanding your catalog, getting traction for yourself through digital communications, positioning yourself as a working professional, and developing a broad-based technical, professional, and interpersonal skillset beyond simply I’m an artist."

Grammy and Multi-platinum Producer/Mixer Bob Power possesses a wide and diverse range of musical talents:  producer, engineer, composer, arranger, performer, and educator.

In the recording world,  Power has produced,  recorded, or mixed hundreds of pop and jazz recordings for such  artists and groups as Erykah Badu (produced and mixed 1998 Grammy “Best Female R&B Vocal”,  tracks on “Best Female R&B Album”), A Tribe Called Quest, D'Angelo, Bobby Mc Ferrin, Chaka Khan, Ozomatli (produced and mixed 2002 Grammy “Best Alternative Latin Album”), De La Soul, Meshell Ndegeocello, Common, Miles Davis, the Roots, J Dilla, Curtis Mayfield, David Byrne, Spike Lee, Citizen Cope, Run DMC, and virtually every major record label. 

A 1997 Grammy Award nominee himself for mixing, Bob Power has had scores of charting records, and has received  more than 20 gold or platinum records.  His work as a recordist and mixer is enshrined in the Grammy Hall of Fame and the United States National Recording Registry.

In the broadcast advertising world, Bob Power has written and produced music for The Super Bowl, Coca-Cola, Ragu, A & W, L'Oreal, Sharp Electronics, Chef Boy-ar-dee, Intel, Elizabeth Arden,  Warner-Lambert, Purina, Jello, the American Cancer Society (EMMY Award winner), Chesebrough-Ponds, Cutex, and the Sun Company.

In addition to ongoing professional work, he is currently an arts professor at The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU.

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