Pete Cobbin is the engineer in Abbey Studios who mixed Bryan Ferry's version of Don't Be cruel.
As Senior Recording Engineer, Peter Cobbin plays a leading role in the continual development of Abbey Road Studios.
Prior to joining Abbey Road Studios in 1995, Peter studied electronic engineering and music, originally training as a music engineer at EMI Sydney. Peter then chose to become a freelance engineer and producer working on a variety of recordings throughout Australia. His work has earned him 20 various industry nominations and awards.
Peter has an appreciation and understanding of analogue recording techniques and has developed a unique style that marries vintage equipment with the best digital technology available.
Peter enjoys both pop and classical recording and has worked with some of the world's most talented artists and producers including Sir Paul McCartney, Craig Armstrong, Nelle Hooper, Cher, Janet Jackson, PJ Harvey, Sir George martin, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, George Fenton, Massive Attack, Air and Simply Red. Last year, Peter recorded and mixed tracks for the Sun Records project with Mark Knopfler, Bryan Ferry, John Paul Jones, Brian May, Scotty Moore, DJ Fontana and Jools Holland.
Projects this year include recordings for Emmylou Harris, Mark Knopfler, Luciano Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli.
Adapted from the Abbey Road official website.