With over 100 releases as a producer and/or engineer to his credit, Boby Borisov has worked in a variety of markets including music, television, theatre, motion picture and live sound.
Armed with mastery of all things electronic and a passion for music, Boby dove into professional audio business in his late teens as a live sound mixer and DJ. In 1989, he graduated with a Master’s Degree in Electronics from the Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria, where he had the chance to be part of the microprocessor and digital sound revolution while also gaining a strong experience in analog sound.
Designing and manufacturing custom professional audio units made him one of the digital technology pioneers at recording studios and stage performances.
From 1991, Boby worked with most of the Bulgarian recording artists from rock, pop, contemporary folk, classical and eastern orthodox genres. While recording, mixing and producing commercial releases as chief engineer at Ton Studio 2 (Bulgarian National Television), he was also involved in recording movie scores for Bulgarian, Italian and French markets.
Boby became a member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) in 1993, and later was one of the founders of AES Bulgarian Section, serving as officer of the Technical Committee.
He also pioneered professional surround monitor systems and designed several studio setups including FilmSound studio, a facility that incorporates the oldest analog multichannel recording system in Bulgaria with a state of the art Hi-Res digital production system.
Boby moved to California in 2005 and while continuing work on overseas projects he has been involved in location recordings and production of classical performances for Valley of the Moon Music Festival, Magnificat Baroque, Voices of Music, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, WAVE, New Century Chamber Orchestra, Berkeley Festival, California Symphony to name a few.
In 2010 Boby launched the record label OO audio records specializing in Hi-Res releases of Bulgarian artists.
He is a voting member of The Recording Academy (GRAMMY) and served as Secretary of AES San Francisco section.