I haven't worked a full time day job since 2005. I used to juggle 35+ projects all at once and in doing so I've completed mixing an average of one full length release a month since 2007, and every year a handful of projects I've mixed for clients win awards locally here in the Twin Cities.
I don't just fix a couple sonic problems with sound and call it good - even if the client isn't able to describe in proper technical terms what they are looking for with their music I'm a pro at "reading minds" and executing the clients ideas at least if not even better than what they had imagined initially. I overhaul whatever I work on whether subtle or drastic and I do not believe in doing anything the easy way. I'm accustomed to having to do seemingly impossible things almost every day, I know an unhealthily large amount about gear and no one has been able to ask me to execute an effect or tone on their mix that I couldn't pull off.
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2 ReviewsEndorse Bob Lindberg
Bob has been my go to every time I need studio work done. I am a local artist in Minneapolis, and am lucky to have him in my corner! I promote his work around the city using the phrase "Best in the Twin Cities" ..... I will keep Bob in my corner as long as I can!!!
I have worked with Bob on a couple of projects as a mixing engineer on Hip Hop projects and he's great. The focus he brings to a project is awesome. He also mastered an EP for me and it turned out spectacular. I will absolutely be working with Bob again.
Interview with Bob Lindberg
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Mixing and mastering
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Mr. Brett (Bad Religion), Trent Reznor, Andy Wallace
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Pro Tools HD9 on a 2012 Mac Pro 12-core with 32GB RAM, Blue D-Command Main Unit, Dangerous 2bus summing mixer, lynx aurora converters, McDSP TDM plug-ins