|Bob St. John|
|Occupation||Music engineer, mixer|
|Associated acts||Duran Duran|
Bob St. John is an internationally recognised, award winning music engineer and mixer, whose work has included Duran Duran's Medazzaland album. He has won numerous Grammy, Billboard and Dove awards and nominations.
Between 1980 and 1983, Bob was pursuing a career in broadcasting by attending Curry College (USA), where he was reading communication and liberal studies. He felt in his heart that he really wanted was to be a recording engineer, and in his third year decided to take a break from college to pursue it...and never looked back...
His work has spanned the American, Latin and Latin Christian markets. He is best known for his mixing/engineering and producting work in the American markets with Extreme, Collective Soul and Duran Duran's Medazzaland album. In the Latin market he is known for work with Bacilos, La Secta-All Star, and Black: Guayaba. In the Latin Christian market he is known for work with Julissa, Rene Gonzalez, Marcos Vidal and Roberto Orellana.
Bob's work has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, winning awards in 2007 for best Latin rock alternative album for his work on mixing Black: Guayaba's No Hay Espacio and a Latin Grammy award in 2002 for best Latin pop album for his work engineering and mixing Bacilos' Caraluna. He has also received a Latin Grammy for best pop album by a duo or group in 2003 for his work engineering and mixing Bacilos' Caraluna. Bob was nominated for five 2008 Billboard Latino awards, two nominations for his work mixing Julissa's 2007 CD Inolvidable, and three nominations for his work mixing Black: Guayaba's 2007 CD No Hay Espacio. He also received a nomination for a 2007 Dove award for his work mixing Julissa's El Ritmo de la Vida.