Baruch Ben Izhak is a Tel Aviv based producer, songwriter, film composer, mixer, recording engineer and guitarist. Having worked with Rockfour, Ninet, and Cut Out Club,and featured on Rolling Stone Magazine, Baruch can enhance your sound using both analogue and modern gear and techniques.
For the past thirty years, Baruch Ben Izhak has been a staple of the Tel Aviv music scene.He was featured on Rolling Stone Magazine's top 10 Albums of the year for two albums which he produced.Supermarket by Rockfour and How to be shy by Shy Nobleman. David Gilmour and David Bowie picked Baruch's band Rockfour as the winner of a Pink Floyd cover contest for their cover of Pink Floyd's "Arnold Layne" . Today, he runs a recording studio in Tel Aviv with an impressive array of both analogue and modern gear which creates a warm, rich and cutting edge sound.
Baruch is the cofounder, songwriter and producer for Rockfour, a psychedelic Israeli rock band with international acclaim. On top of working and touring with Rockfour for the past thirty years, Baruch works with some of Israel's top acts like Ninet, Cut Out Club, Shay Nobleman, Electra, Taani Ester and many others. He is also a film composer who has worked on soundtracks such as "Paradise Cruise", "50", "Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive", etc.
"I don't follow the same rules for every project. I am always trying to change and evolve my technique and sound. To me, the song is more important than us."
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