Photo Credit: Tina Pastor Photography

Hit songs Robert Martin has sung and played on have been heard on the radio since the early ‘70s. The history of Robert Martin's ongoing career at the helm of MultiMartin Music is indeed long and storied and weaves in and out of the very fabric and history of rock ’n’ roll, pop, and jazz, including working with Hall of Fame inductees and icons who changed the face of music, like Frank Zappa, Paul McCartney, Prince, The Moody Blues, and Etta James (on tour with the Rolling Stones), to name a few. 

While studying horn at the Curtis Institute, Robert cut his teeth as a top call session player at the legendary Sigma Studios in Philadelphia, where he played on countless gold records (see discography for details). He soon added production and mixing to his arsenal of skills, doing sessions at the famed Record Plant Studios in NYC, L.A., Sausalito, Enterprise Studios in L.A., BBC in London, and many others, all the while maintaining a rigorous world touring schedule as a singer and multi-instrumentalist for top musical stars.

So in addition to the technical knowledge available to any student of an audio school, Robert has the unique advantage of hands-on learning in the real world—at the “University of Frank Zappa,” the “Church of Etta James,” arranging, performing, mixing, and mastering for the legendary Wilson Pickett.

With training and experience at such a high level and broad range of styles, Robert’s world-class ears became attuned to nuances of timbre and blend not available in merely technical school environments. He brings all of this unique experience to every project, every mix, and every master. 

Photo Credit Garnet Mangold

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