California’s 7 Year Law, Evolving Songwriting, And Sound Designer Bob Pomann On My Latest Podcast
My guest on the podcast this week is Bob Pomann, who discovered his unique ability to tell a story through sound while doing sound effects for the original Saturday Night Live.
He went on to create Pomann Sound, a full-service audio-post and sound design house located in midtown Manhattan on the Penthouse floor, now in its 38th year, going strong since 1984.
Bob went on to design sound for Disney’s long-form animated series, Doug, and his specialized sound can be heard on series including Little Einsteins, Kids Next Door for over 800 animated episodes.
He’s also worked with all the major ad agencies on campaigns for major brands like Subway, Nicorette, and Verizon Fios, and in 2010 was the Gold Winner in the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival for his work on the Dos Equis “The Most Interesting Man In The World” campaign.
During the interview we talked about having a studio in Manhattan, getting client approvals for Atmos mixes, getting started in the business as a high-school intern, some great stories about the early days of the business in New York, and much more.
I spoke with Bob via zoom from his home studio in the New Jersey.
On the intro I’ll take a look at the possible end of California’s 7 Year Rule and what that means for artists, and how songwriting is evolving.
Remember that you can find the podcast at BobbyOInnerCircle.com, or either on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Mixcloud, Google Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer, TunIn Radio, and RadioPublic.