Bobby Fernandez grew up surrounded by music and developed an interest in film music at a young age. He always felt drawn to the film industry and more specifically the recording side of the business. In order to make his dreams a reality, Bobby applied for a mailroom job at Warner Brothers with the intentions of being around the industry and working his way up to the sound department. This eventually became reality, and Bobby worked as a scoring mixer and recording engineer at Warner Brothers until 1994. He has worked on hundreds of films including every Clint Eastwood movie since 2002. In his 2020 NAMM Oral History interview, Bobby explained the complex strategies used in the film world to get the sounds exactly the way they want them.
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