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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  • PTHD9

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Reviews of Bob Lindberg

  • Default-avatar12 months agoby

    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!!!

  • Default-avataralmost 1 year agoby

    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.

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Interview with Bob Lindberg

Tell us about your studio setup.
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
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Mr. Brett (Bad Religion), Trent Reznor, Andy Wallace
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Mixing and mastering