Bob Earland

11 Oct 2017

Music Production Tutor

Bob Earland is an engineer, producer and musician with over 15 years experience in the music industry working between several studios and with credits including albums by Roots Manuva, Wiley, Kate Tempest, and Speech Debelle, as well as live performances with Clor, Jacknife Lee and his own projects.

In 2013 he became involved with the Radiophonic Workshop providing technical support and playing percussion for their live shows. This has included working with Dick Mills in collaboration with the band Stealing Sheep to compose a new soundtrack and FX for the film ‘La Planète Sauvage’ and perform it as part of the Brancharge festival in Jersey.

After a string of live modular synth sets Bob has completed a solo album ‘33:33:333‘ created using analogue, digital, and granular synthesis, found sound and tape manipulation techniques. Many of the sounds were created using his self made synthesisers and FX.

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