Robin Moore is a professional, audio engineer with over 2 decades of experience as a freelancer and an employee of WGBH Radio, Boston, MA after having studied Music, Production & Engineering at The Berklee College of Music and Electrical Engineering at Brown University. She has recorded and mixed remote recordings of live performances and studio projects for a variety of genres that include jazz, (Dave Liebman, Saxophone Summit, at Birdland), classical, (The Chorus of Westerly), and R&B/house music, (Groove Theory, Brandy, Victor Simonelli) for major record labels such as Epic Records, Motown Records and independent labels. She also served as an audio technology consultant for (Numark Industries/Alesis) in 2002, when the 2 companies merged and has taught audio and radio production at Emerson College, Boston, MA.
Since 1998, Robin has become a well-respected and sought after audio engineer at WGBH Educational Foundation, where she records, edits and mixes music projects in the Fraser Performance Studio. Her Fraser projects include orchestral recordings for popular video games, like world renown, Final Fantasy XV, (Square-Enix, SoundtRec), folk and rock music recordings and mixes for the (WGBH Front Row Boston) video series, (Will Dailey, Tash Sultana), jazz ensemble recordings for video for WGBH’s Jazz 24/7, (John Stein, Lauren Henderson), Celtic music for Brian O’Donovan’s “A Celtic Sojourn” and recordings for outside client projects, (Gail Ann Dorsey). She regularly records, edits and mixes for (The World) news program, a WGBH co-production that airs weekdays on over 300 radio stations nationwide in the USA. Robin recorded, mixed and co-produced the remix of The World’s theme music that airs at the beginning of each show. While she is not working on other clients’ projects, she composes, performs and produces her own, as she is also a keyboardist of 39 years with a passion for dance music.