Music Producer, Engineer & Journalist
Barry Rudolph's discography includes engineering and mixing for artists:
Rod Stewart, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hall and Oates, The Corrs, Pat Benatar, BB Mak, Enrique Iglesias, Waylon Jennings, Mick Jagger, Robbie Nevil, Selena, Jon Bon Jovi, Tony Williams, Keith Moon, Wall Of Voodoo, Natalie Cole & The Beach Boys.
Work with producers includes: Tom Dowd, Steve Cropper, Jerry Fuller, Oliver Leiber, David Gamson, Neil Giraldo, Rick Rubin, Stanley Clarke, Josquin Des Pres, and Don Cornelius.
Barry mixes music in his facility called "Tones 4 $" where he also loves teaching audio engineering. He is a lifetime Grammy-voting member contributing editor for Mix Magazine, Music Connection Magazine plus many Web sites and blogs.
He has numerous NARAS Grammy nominations and participated in three Grammys, worked on over 30 RIAA-certified gold and platinum records and is a Certified Avid Pro Tools Instructor.
In college he worked full-time at various SoCal aerospace companies as a digital test technician and later as a systems test engineer.
Barry moved to West Hollywood to start at Larrabee Sound Studios around 1970. As a first engineer, he recorded and mixed his first gold record in 1972 and has been able to work as a freelance engineer ever since.
Panel Discussion: Getting The Best From Music Journalists, moderated by Chandler Poling of White Bear Media
Panel members include: Elisabeth Lewin (Synthtopia), Steve Fortner (Keyboard Magazine), Craig Anderton (Author, Electronic Musician), David Bryce (Music Player Network), Mike Metlay (Recording Magazine), Jim Heywood (Sonic State) and Barry Rudolph (Mix Magazine and Music Connection). The panel discussion will tell you as a musician, how to interface with music journalists to promote your career in the changing face of the music business.